The Cambridge Bucket List

So After finishing university I have indeed moved back in with my parents to save for travelling in a nearby town from Cambridge, but have a job in central Cambridge!

So of course, as I did working in London, exploring Cambridge is a must. With just 31 colleges, endless history and beautiful streets, markets, gin, pints and food, what is not to enjoy?

So here is what sights I would like to see & also where I would like to Wine & Dine in Cambridge!

Sightseeing;

  1. Hope Street Yard
  2. Cambridge Botanical Gardens
  3. Walking Tour of Cambridge lead by a student.
  4. Mathematical Bridge
  5. St John’s College
  6. Pepys Library
  7. The Round Church
  8. Bridge of Sighs
  9. The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Science
  10. The Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology.
  11. Punting along the River Cam
  12. Hire Bikes
  13. Scott Polar Research Institute
  14. The Fitzwilliam Museum
  15. The Backs
  16. The Corpus Clock
  17. Bentley tour around Cambridge
  18. Parker Piece
  19. The Wren Library
  20. Castle Hill
  21. King’s College
  22. Trinity College
  23. The Tower View @ St Mary’s Church
  24. The Market Square
  25. The Arcade Shopping Centre
  26. American War Memorial & Cemetery
  27. The Centre for Computer history.

Food & Drink:

  1. Fitzbillies
  2. Cambridge Food Tour
  3. Piano Bar at De Luca
  4. Franco Manca
  5. Don Pasquale
  6. 2468 Cocktail Bar
  7. Aromi Cambridge
  8. All Bar One
  9. The Old Bicycle Shop
  10. The Free Press
  11. Cambridge Brew House
  12. The Gardenia
  13. Novi
  14. Galleria
  15. The Free Press
  16. Hotel Du Vin
  17. Cambridge Chop House
  18. The Maypole
  19. The Eagle Pub
  20. The Bath House
  21. The Varsity (The oldest restaurant in Cambridge)
  22. The Cambridge Gin Laboratory

Let me know if you have any recommendations of things to do in Cambridge and I will be sure to add them to the list!

21 Replies to “The Cambridge Bucket List”

  1. Ahhh I love Cambridge! I live pretty close and used to go loads as a teenager! Such a beautiful place.

    Hotel Du Vin and All Bar One are great shouts, really nice setting and fab food and drinks! All Bar One’s tapas is lush! x

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  2. Wow what a list! The Cambridge Botanical Gardens, The Corpus Clock, and the Bath House are what stand out to me from what you’ve mentioned here… although I’m sure it is all incredible. I’ve never been to Cambridge but it looks like a pretty neat place to visit!

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  3. Cambridge is on my ‘to visit list’ this year, sadly I have never visited. Thank you for this really useful guide. I’ll be sure to visit as many of the sites you list as possible.xxx

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  4. I’ve always wanted to visit Cambridge! I used to work in a study abroad office (I’m in the US), and when our students came back from studying at Cambridge, they always had the most amazing things to say about studying in Cambridge. Some of my colleagues even got to go on work trips, and I was so jealous! Thanks for this amazing list, now I know where I should go when I’m finally able to visit. Thanks!

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