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...
Corpus Christi College
Entry to this illustrious college is via the so-called New Court, which dates back a mere 200 years. To your right is the door to the...
Set in the former Cambridge courts, this light-hearted attraction, consisting of an introductory video and self-guided walk, follows the...
Cambridge's biggest bona-fide theatre puts on everything from pantomime to drama fresh from London's West End.
This place has wooden floors, windows overlooking the street, and – true to the name – a menu of classic, meat-heavy English cuisine. If...
Lonely Planet review
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. It's a traditional 17th-century pub with five cluttered, cosy rooms (the back one has WWII airmen's signatures on the ceiling) and good pub grub.