Best Landmarks in Cambridge

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Cambridge. How can we actually say this? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, reviews, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

ANGLESEY ABBEY

Quy Road, Lode, Cambridge CB25 9EJ

Since 1135

Landmark, Garden, Historical Site, Priory, Events, Architectural Buildings, Collection, Historical Place, Fine Furnishings, Books, Paintings, Silver and Rare Clocks, Winter Garden, Tree House, Second Hand Bookshop, Country House, Rose Garden, Winter Walk, Coronation Avenue, The Circular Temple & Landscaped Gardens

The 98 acres (400,000 m2) of landscaped grounds are divided into a number of walks and gardens, with classical statuary, topiary and flowerbeds - The extensive landscaped gardens are popular with visitors throughout the year

Price: Adult £13.30, Child £6.90, Family £35.00, 1 Adult & up to 3 Children £20.90, Group Adult £11.90 & Group Child £5.95

angleseyabbey@nationaltrust.org.uk
nationaltrust.org.uk/anglesey-ab...

Monday - Sunday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

We joined a guided tour of the outside of Anglesey Abbey which was given by Peter a very knowledgeable volunteer guide! It gave us a great insight as to how over the years the building had been added to and how it was constructed! I loved the weather vane which was of the ship the Endeavour! The house was really quite cosy and you could sense a very happy atmosphere! I loved all the clocks around the house! My favourite being the Pagoda clock! Well done and a lovely day altogether!

email yours to reviews@threebestrated.co.uk

CAMBRIDGE CASTLE

Castle Hill, Cambridge CB3 0RG

Since 1068

Castle, Historical Site, Landmark, Historical Places, Historic Buildings, The Castle Hall and Chamber, Cambridge Skyline, Stonework & Shire Hall

It is also known as Castle Mound - The castle was built in a motte and bailey design, within the existing town and 27 houses had to be destroyed to make space for it - The print dating from 1784 below shows the castle in Elizabethan times

ecastles.co.uk/cambridge.html

Open 24 Hours

This is the hill from a ancient mot and baley castle here at Cambridge. The earth works is all that remains now but it provides a beautiful roof top view of cambridge.
email yours to reviews@threebestrated.co.uk

MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DZ

Since 1884

Museum, Houses, Exhibitions, Galleries, Group Visits, School Programs, Universities, Educational Institutions or Clubs, Societies and Special Interest Groups Programs, School Parties, Events, Gift Shop, Archaeological Collections, Anthropological Collections, Photographic Collections, Modern & Contemporary Art Collections

Free Admission - The collections span nearly two million years of human history, on all six inhabited continents - Their oldest object is a 1.8 million year old stone tool from Olduvai Gorge, whist the newest are made by contemporary artists

admin@maa.cam.ac.uk
maa.cam.ac.uk

Tuesday - Saturday 10:30 am - 4:30 pm Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm Monday Closed

This great small museum is slightly hidden away in the centre of Cambridge but well worth finding. The entrance foyer opens onto an display of the archeological history of Cambridge and to the side is a exhibition space with changing displays of art work, as well historical and current artifacts. The collection is small and well displayed on two floors with an open atrium in the centre so you can look down on the larger artifacts such as canoes and totem poles. Well worth a visit.

email yours to reviews@threebestrated.co.uk