For the first time since its opening Cambridge fire station will be welcoming the public to come and look around the station. There will be an opportunity to speak with fire- fighters and see the fire engines.
A tour of the College courts and gardens including an opportunity to view the fine plaster ceiling in the historic hall and the splendid neo-Baroque chapel interior of the chapel. You will also have the chance to see the plaque commemorating the fact the Oliver Cromwell's head is buried in the...
We are excited to feature three interesting talks as a part of our new Top Talks range. With topics ranging from the experience of World War One both at home and on the front line, to the history of Cambridge as a City, we hope that you will enjoy them.
This year we are delighted to collaborate with the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides to offer a wide range of walking tours. Led by registered Blue and Green Badge Guides, these tours will explore various elements of Cambridge both past and present.
This year, over 1800 people explored the grounds of ten beautiful Cambridge Colleges, discovering places that they ‘never knew existed’ right on their doorstep.
The event which attracts individuals, families, students and work colleagues raised an astounding £37,000, which will be split equally between Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Press Relief, the community fund of the Cambridge News.