Quy Road, Lode, Cambridge CB25 9EJ Directions
Silver and Rare Clocks, Historical Place, Country and Tree House, Second Hand Bookshop, Fine Furnishings, Collection, Architectural Buildings, Books, Paintings, Events, Priory, Rose Garden, Landscaped Gardens, the Circular Temple, Winter Walk & Coronation Avenue
Anglesey Abbey has a unique collection of 350-year-old painted views of Windsor, and a 20th-century garden composed on the areas of an Augustinian priory. Its deliver vibrant colour, delightful scents, and nature's simple pleasures. It explores 114 acres of vibrant colour, exquisite fragrance and the simple pleasures of view throughout the year, from stunning, peaceful gardens to adventure areas for the whole family. The baby-changing facilities and wheelchair transfers are available.
Price: Adult £15.80, Child £7.90, Family £39.50, 1 Adult & up to 3 Children £23.70, Group Adult £11.90 & Group Child £15
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Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0RG Directions
The Castle Hall and Chamber, Castle, Historical Site, Stonework, Historic Buildings, Trips, Cambridge Skyline & Tree
Cambridge Castle is a stone built castle, and grassy mound in Cambridge's history is of great importance. They designed in a motte and bailey style, and the castle had to within the current town and 27 houses to make room for it. The print from 1784 shows the castle in the Elizabethan age. It provides a full view of the town's rooftops and the landscape surrounding. It's a good point of the landscape from which you can see landmarks such as the chapels of St Johns and Kings. They also afford free entry.
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MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DZ Directions
Houses, School, Group Visits, Anthropological and Photographic Collections, Events, Gift Shop, Exhibitions, Parties, Galleries, Societies and Special Interest Groups Programs, Contemporary Art Collections, Universities & Educational Institutions or Clubs
The Archeology & Anthropology Museum has world-class archaeology, anthropology, and photography collections from all over the world. The collections span nearly two million years of human history, on all six inhabited continents. Contemporary artists made their oldest object with a 1.8 million-year-old stone tool from Olduvai Gorge. It affords free admission.