Days Out near Cambridge
A beautiful historic village on the outskirts of Cambridge. Poet Rupert Brooke lived at the vicarage and wrote a satyrical poem about village life here.
American War Cemetary
On the edge of Cambridge, a moving final resting place for thousands of US service personnel
Duxford Aircraft Museum
If you love historic aircraft, this is THE place to come! Vintage planes from WWI and WWII, plus modern military and civilian aircraft. Regular buses from central Cambridge.
A 17th century mansion that was once the home of Rudyard Kipling's daughter. Marvellous formal gardens. A 13 mile waymarked trail links Wimpole and Cambridge.
7 miles from Cambridge, this ruined medieval abbey dates to the 12th century. Next to the abbey is a popular farm museum.
A 20th century mansion built from a medieval priory. Superb interiors, and a deliciously colourful garden. A short walk from the mansion is Lode Mill, a restored, working water mill.
Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse