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Outdoor Attractions in Cambridge

Explore Cambridge...by bus


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Wandlebury Country Park 

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Located in the south of Cambridge, this peaceful estate and gardens promises a wonderful setting for picnics, BBQs, hikes or just relaxing walks though wildflower meadows. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB22 3AE

Jesus Green Lido

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 Built in the 1920’s, Jesus Green Swimming pool is one of the few remaining Lidos. It is open for public swimming from May to September and offers space both for swimming and sunbathing. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB4 3AX

Linton Zoo

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This family-owned zoo's land covers over 18 acres and is renowned for their breeding successes so if you're lucky you might catch a glimpse at some adorable newborn animals. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB21 4NT

Fen Drayton Nature Reserve

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When visiting Fen Drayton Lakes, it's hard to believe that this beautiful home to otters, ducks, dragonflies and swans was once just a flooded sand and gravel quarry but with aid from the RSPB, it is now a home for nature. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB24 4RB

 

 

Cambridge Treasure Trail

a child on her dads shoulders

This intense, action filled adventure will keep the entire family entertained. Discover the best of what Cambridge has to offer while investigating a top-secret mission on this trail of the city, filled with twists and turns at every corner. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 3DS

 

Cows About Cambridge

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Situated in all the highlights of the city, these cow statues have been decorated by independent artists and are one of the most fun ways of exploring the city. We particularly recommend trying to find our very own moss cow, covered head to toe in moss to help turn pollutants into fresh air!

Botanic Garden

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Cambridge Universities Botanic Garden is a must go for every nature lover. It holds over 8,000 plant species from all over the world, both for admiration and research and also contains a lovely café and garden shop to remember your visit. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 1JE

Punting

the punting riverbank

Can you come to Cambridge without going punting? It is one of the easiest ways to see the most beautiful and hidden spots of the city, all while peacefully floating on the riverbank. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB5 8AG

Kings College Chapel and Gardens

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Alongside being one of the most instantly recognizable buildings in Cambridge, the Chapel is a major part in college life and even puts on concerts and services that you can enjoy. And then when you're done soaking up the beauty of the chapel, you can enjoy a stroll around the gardens and wave at punters going past on the river bank.

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 1ST