City-sightseeing bus tour
A one-hour overview of Cambridge’s unique diversity – the ancient colleges, the Backs, town life, the American Cemetery. The commentary is in ten languages.
The Fitzwilliam Museum, including an art gallery, is a jewel in Cambridge’s crown. In addition there are several smaller museums, all within easy walking distance. If you enjoy history of art or life, give a whole day to these treasure houses.
Walking to Grantchester
Or you can walk along the river to Grantchester. This quaint village, home of Rupert Brooke, was mentioned in the 1086 Domesday book. It is now said to be home to the highest-concentration of Nobel laureates anywhere. You can also punt your way to Grantchester, with the option to walk back or be punted back.
Best-known among the students are St Andrew the Great (StAG), Holy Trinity, and Eden Baptist. All Cambridge churches love to welcome visitors. Here are other central churches: Great St Mary’s, St Edward, King and Martyr, St Andrew Street Baptist, Cambridge Presbyterian, Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Our Lady and the English Martyrs RC