This pub boasts a wide range of traditional local beers and real ales including Adams, City of Cambridge, Milton, Wherry and ... More
This pub boasts a wide range of traditional local beers and real ales including Adams, City of Cambridge, Milton, Wherry and Woodfords. It manages to combine its authentic character (no music) with a modern, clean and comfortable setting. Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside—or outside in the garden—where children can have a great time, or you can try your hand at petanque. Reasonably-priced pub grub is also served from noon-9:30p daily. The owners hold local drinking events like the Beer Festival frequently.
In Cambridge University's early days, Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely, set up a scholars' foundation at what is now
St John's College . In 1284, this foundation moved south to a site beside St Peter's Church (now Little ...
This neo classical building, which was founded in 1816, is guarded by sculptured lions and boasts of a magnificent entrance
hall. Visit the Egyptian galleries and see their collection of exotic mummies. Their art collection includes masterpieces by Rubens, ...
Housed in a 17th century school hall, the Whipple Museum's collection of scientific instruments gives an intriguing insight into humanity's
technological progress over the centuries. Displays include calculators through the ages, intricate astrolabes and telescopes. An upstairs gallery focuses ...