Great St Mary's Church
The foundations of Cambridge's sublime university church date from 1010. It was burnt to the ground in the 1290s and rebuilt in 1351....
Gonville & Caius College
Known locally as Caius (pronounced 'keys'), Gonville and Caius boasts three fascinating gates : Virtue, Humility and Honour. They...
This beautiful classical structure (not open to the public), tucked in beside King's College, was designed in 1730 by James Gibbs....
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.
'Gardi's' is responsible for the late-night nutrition of a large chunk of the student population, and its walls are plastered with...
Trinity St · interesting places nearby
Sip fair-trade coffee and nibble focaccias among soaring medieval arches or else take a pew within reach of the altar at this stylishly converted church, which still has a working chancel. The simple lunch menu features quiche, soup and salads, as well as more substantial hot dishes, and has a good range of vegetarian options.