Cambridge is the university city and county town of Cambridgeshire. This is the second larget city of Cambridgeshire and is an important trading center since the Viking rule. Its a city with a rich assortment of culture as well as a history in sports. The city’s history is strewn with masterpieces of contemporary art, sports and music. Pink Floyd was the most notable band with its root in Cambridge.
It is the second oldest university in the English speaking world. It also forms a part of the “Golden triangle” of leading English Universities. Cambridge University buildings are a striking example of ancient English architecture and traditions. With beautiful gardens and Victorian buildings this university has over 100 academic departments.
This is the arts and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge. It covers antiquities from Egypt, Roman era, Asian races and Cypriot art. They have a Greek armory too with an impressive display of weapons of the old.
Anglesey Abbey is a country house in the village of Lode. The house and its grounds are open to the public though a part of the property is still the personal residence of the Fairhaven family. The 98 acres property is divided into a number of gardens of statuary, topiary and flowerbeds.
Originally the residence of Jim Ede and his wife Helen, it is now an art gallery now. Exhibits are concentrated from the British avant-garde during the early 20th century.
A stretch of reclaimed land that runs along the River Cam. The name is referred to the backs of the colleges that face it. This provides fabulous views all-round the year with the banks carpeted by daffodils and crocuses.
Cambridge Museum of Technology
This museum is the industrial heritage museum of Cambridge. The original building contained a combined sewage pumping and waste destructor station that was set up in 1894.
It is a Victorian park covered with beautiful lanes, flower beds and plush green grounds. It is an important public accessible city center and is used for outdoor lunch and activities of similar sorts.
Fens River Way
This is a manmade environment made by draining ditches, embankments and dissected by dykes. It is actually a long footpath that spans up to 80km. The walk has number of spots for history and wildlife enthusiasts.