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The sights and sounds of Cambridge are just waiting to be discovered.
This area of Cambridgeshire is called home by about 130,000 residents.
Cambridge lies 11 miles away from Royston, and 50 miles away from London, the country's capital.
Cambridge has some vibrant, green spaces where you will find a wide range of flower and plant species. The University Botanic Gardens and the Cambridge University Botanic Garden are the places to keep in mind.
Curl up with a novel, toss a ball around or just watch the clouds pass overhead at Jesus Green and Parker's Piece. The Fellows Garden and Wandlebury Country Park are a couple more spots where you can experience a little greenery.
Are there any walking tours? What can I do this weekend? You'll discover the answers to all your questions about your visit at Round Church Visitor Centre.
The River Cam and Hobson's Conduit are charming places to escape to if you're craving some peace and quiet. Relax by the water and appreciate the wondrous views.
Give yourself some breathing space, inhale the fresh air and soak up the beauty of nature at Sheep's Green / Lammas Land and Milton Country Park.
Head to the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences or the Fitzwilliam Museum if the weather's not looking nice. Study the eye-opening exhibits or just relax in the tranquil settings. The Imperial War Museum Duxford and the Kettle's Yard are also top alternatives.
The world of science never ceases to impress us. Broaden your knowledge on the latest in advances and achievements at the Scott Polar Research Institute and the Whipple Museum of the History of Science. For even more mind-boggling exhibitions, add the Polar Museum and the Sedgwick Museum of Geology to your itinerary of discovery.
We don't quite know how the Cambridge University Museum and Archaeology and Anthropology and the Museum of Classical Archaeology have managed to jam-pack so many of earth's treasures into just two spaces. Time spent at either will transfix you for hours on end. When it comes to the natural world you'll never get to see it all, but there's certainly no harm in trying! For even more unusual specimens, add the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology to your agenda.
Revel in the wonderful collection of artworks hanging on the walls at the Wysing Arts Centre. If something piques your interest, see if you're able to find out something about the artist.
If you want to understand the present, look to the past! To learn about the defining characters and events that have helped make this area what it is today, visit the Cambridge & County Folk Museum.
A trip to Cambridge offers lots of options when it comes to history-filled attractions. You're sure to get a better understanding of the past at the Trinity College and the King's College. The St. John's College and the Clare College are two more worthwhile sights.
Take some time out to gaze at the water meander under Bridge of Sighs and Mathematical Bridge.
With its impenetrable walls and striking turrets, Castle Hill is a remarkable structure. Gaze at its façade or simply rest your eyelids and imagine what it was like in its heyday.
Regardless of your beliefs, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at Church of St Mary the Great and King's College Chapel. Little St Mary's Church and St Bene't's Church are also major pieces of the city's religious identity.
It is said that travelling to new places leaves you speechless, then transforms you into a storyteller. You'll certainly have more yarns to spin if you head to some of Cambridge's less hyped sights, such as the Wren Library, the Pepys Library and the Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club.
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