Below is a list of Relevant Attractions for the
city of Cambridge, RS-Cambridge Attractions.
Cambridge is a city in the county of Cambridgeshire,
about 50 miles north of London, with direct train
links to London. The city is a popular tourist
destination for its historic architecture, churches,
university, and river boat tours.
Cambridge Map . Cambridge
Cambridge Websites . Photos
Cambridge Bus Tours - open
top hop on hop off buses city tours
Cambridge River Tours -
CB5 8AB - hire a punt, or
Great St Mary's . Wiki . CB2 3PQ - main church in
centre with 123 steps for great tower views
King's College . Wiki . CB2 1ST - 1441 top building
Trinity College . Wiki . CB2 1TQ - founded by Henry
VIII in 1546
with the apple tree of Isaac Newton fame city centre
City Centre North Side
Bridge of Sighs . CB2 1TP - covered bridge of
St John's College
The Round Church . CB2 1UB - rare medieval
one of only about 4 still remaining in England
Museum of Cambridge . CB3 0AQ everyday life of
the people of Cambridge since 1700
Cambridge Castle . CB3 0RG - free, only a
mound remaining of a Norman castle for views over the
City Centre South Side
Sedgwick Museum Earth Sciences . CB2 3EQ - free
University Museum Of Zoology .
CB2 3EJ - free
Whipple Museum History of Science
. CB2 3RH - models
The Fitzwilliam Museum. CB2 1RB - free, natural
The Polar Museum . CB2 1ER - free, about polar
Cambridge University Botanic
Garden . CB2 1JE - world plants
City Centre West Side
Museum Classical Archaeology .
CB3 9DA - free,
City Centre East Side
Cambridge Museum Of Technology .
CB5 8LD - local history
Centre For Computing History .
CB1 3EW - interactive
displays for computing from the 1960s - present
Cambridge Science Centre .
Art Galleries . Map - number of art
galleries around Cambridge
Cambridge Churches .
Map - 10 churches around
the centre of Cambridge from 1020 that can be viewed, or
Cambridge Colleges are around
the city centre. They can be visited for their history,
architecture, chapels, & gardens. If wanting to visit
the college interiors, best check the visitor times on
their websites on your day of visit. The Tour Buses stop
close to most. Some have a small entrance fee, many are
free to visit certain areas.
Christ's College . Wiki . CB2 3BU - free, founded in
Corpus Christi College . Wiki . CB2 1RH - founded in
Downing College . Wiki . CB2 1DQ - free, 1800,
oldest of new
Emmanuel College . Wiki . CB2 1DQ - free, 1584 for
Gonville and Caius College . Wiki . CB2 1TA - free, 1348
Jesus College . Wiki . CB5 8BL - free, 1496 large
King's College . Wiki . CB2 1ST - 1441 by Henry VI
Magdalene College . Wiki. CB3 0AG - free, 1428, small
Newnham College . Wiki . CB3 9DF - 1871 as a women
Pembroke College . Wiki . CB2 1RF - free, 1347,
chapel by Wren
Peterhouse College . Wiki . CB2 1RD - 1284, oldest in
Queens' College . Wiki . CB3 9ET - 1448, old and
Robinson College . Wiki . CB3 9AN - 1977, the newest
Selwyn College . Wiki . CB3 9DQ - 1882, red brick
& light stone
St Catharine's College . Wiki . CB2 1RL - 1473, open
St. John's College . Wiki . CB2 1TP - 1511, old and
Trinity College . Wiki . CB2 1TQ - 1546 founded by
with the apple tree that prompted Isaac Newton
Cambridge American Cemetery
. CB23 7PJ - free, cemetery
& chapel for American servicemen of World War II 4 mls
Anglesey Abbey Gardens & Lode
Mill . CB25 9EJ - Museum, 6 miles
The Farmland Museum & Denny
Abbey . CB25 9PQ - 7 miles north,
fighting monks, country craftsmen and farmers.
Island Hall . PE29 2BA - 19 miles
northwest of Cambridge
Historic House & Gardens, group tours by
Imperial War Museum Duxford
. CB22 4QR - 10 miles south
of Cambridge with a Concorde and a Blackbird spy plane.
Wimpole Estate . SG8 0BW - Historic House
and Gardens, 10 miles southwest
The National Horseracing Museum . CB8 8JH - 13 miles east of
Cambridge in the town of Newmarket.