Discover more than 2,000 years of history on a walking tour of Cambridge that focuses on the city’s rich heritage. This private tour comes with the undivided attention of your guide and takes you into several university colleges, a church, and a laboratory where 29 Nobel prize-winning scientists worked.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRICE SHOWN IS PER GROUP AND NOT “PER ADULT’ AS IT IS WRONGLY SHOWN ON SOME APPS.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT COLLEGE ENTRY FEES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE TOUR FEE. KING’S COLLEGE CHAPEL CHARGE £10 PER ADULT AND £6 FOR TEENAGERS.
- You’ll start at Peas Hill, Cambridge CB2, UK. We will meet outside the Tourist Information Centre
- King’s College Chapel (admission excluded)
- An in-depth visit to the most famous building in Cambridge.
- St Bene’t’s Church (Church of England) (admission included)
- The oldest church in the county of Cambridgeshire. Built around 1030. Something of a rarity.
- Eagle (admission included)
- Cambridge’s most famous pub. The ceiling of the RAF Bar has the numbers of 123 squadrons from World War II (plus the outline of a naked lady). Crick and Watson announced the discovery of the structure of DNA here in 1953.
- Corpus Christi College (admission included)
- The Corpus Christi Clock is the latest addition to the Cambridge street scene.
- Great St Mary’s Church (Church of England) (admission included
- Great St Mary’s is both the University church and a parish church. When the students first arrived in Cambridge in the 13th century they used Great St Mary’s for their meetings and degree ceremonies. Opposite is the 18th century Senate House, where degree ceremonies are now held. Nearby is Gonville and Caius College, founded in 1348.
- Old dsCavendish Laboratory
- Famous in the world of science, where 29 Nobel prizes were won.
Ending at: Peas Hill, Cambridge CB2, UK
Group ticket (ticket covers up to 15 people)