Scott Polar Research Institute
The Scott Polar Institute, founded with part of the relief fund set up in the wake of the ill-fated Scott expedition to the South Pole,...
Fondly dubbed 'the Fitz' by locals, this colossal neoclassical pile was one of the first public art museums in Britain, built to house...
The 16th-century Emmanuel College ('Emma' to students) is famous for its exquisite chapel designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The college...
This quirky basement club is by no means mainstream and you won't find any rowdy townies here. It's a wonderful gamer...
This great local favourite serves up simple, classic dishes with modern flair, such as tuna nicoise salad and slow-roasted lamb. The...
Lonely Planet review
Theatre, dance, comedy, live bands and club nights at Cambridge's youth venue near the railway station. To get here follow Regent St, then Hills Rd south out of the city for about a mile before turning left onto Clifton Way.