Cambridge University Botanic Garden
The tourist office arranges these, as well as other less frequent tours such as colourful 'Ghost Tours' and 'Punt and Pint Tours'. The...
Information on self-guided walking and audio tours.
Hop-on/hop-off bus tours around Cambridge.
Down to earth and full of character, this bright blue pub is tucked away off Mill Rd. Real ales, decent pub grub, a walled garden, free...
Slick and stylish and eager to impress, this place aims to wow you with its ambitious menu and wonderfully attentive service. The...
Lonely Planet review
Founded by Charles Darwin's mentor, Professor John Henslow, the beautiful Botanic Garden is home to 8000 plant species, a wonderful arboretum and glasshouses – home to carnivorous pitcher plants as well as the delicate slipper orchid, a winter garden and flamboyant herbaceous borders. You can take an hour-long guided tour of the garden on the first Saturday of the month at 11am and on some Wednesdays. The gardens are 1200m south of the city centre via Trumpington St.