St Bene't's Church
The oldest structure in the county, the Saxon tower of this Franciscan church was built around 1025. The round holes above the belfry...
The tourist office runs guided two-hour tours (adult/child £17.50/15.50) of central Cambridge, which take in two of the most memorable...
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Cambridge's biggest bona fide theatre puts on everything from highbrow drama and dance, to panto and shows fresh from London's West End.
Sometimes you should yield to temptation. So be drawn in by a window full of stunning Sicilian piazza and feast on light, crisp bases...
Benet St · interesting places nearby
Cambridge's most famous pub has loosened the tongues and pickled the grey cells of many an illustrious academic; among them Nobel Prize–winning scientists Crick and Watson, who discussed their research into DNA here (note the blue plaque by the door). Fifteenth-century, wood-panelled and rambling, its cosy rooms include one with WWII airmens' signatures on the ceiling. The food, served all day, is good too.