Visit a world famous university
Cambridge is home to the second oldest university in the English speaking world. The world leading research University, consisting of 31 colleges, and with 121 affiliated Nobel laureates, is famous for its contributions to mathematics and science due largely to the likes of Sir Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking and Sir Francis Bacon. Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, and be inspired by the many beautiful museums and art galleries.
16 - 48
- Return travel by train
- Guided walking tour of Cambridge University - Henry VIII’s Trinity College, King’s College, Senate Hall, Hawking's Gonville and Caius College, The Wren Library, Newton's Apple Tree, and The Corpus Clock
- Free time to enjoy Cambridge's other attractions and weekend market
- Optional Chauffeured Punting on the River Cam
We depart from Brighton and embark on a lovely train journey through various landscapes. Upon our arrival to Cambridge, we enjoy a walking tour of this charming market town, which boasts an extraordinary combination of rural tranquility and architectural splendour. We discover why Cambridge is famed for the excellence of its university. Enjoy great views of the iconic Kings College Chapel from 'the backs', see Senate House, Henry VIII's Trinity College, and other great colleges.
There will be plenty of free time to enjoy Cambridge's other attractions. Chauffeured Punting on the River Cam is an activity not to be missed !
Chaffeured Punting on the River Cam - $26.00
A chauffeured punt tour is an essential part of the Cambridge experience. Enjoy a 45 minute chauffeured ride on the River Cam with a local guide, who'll present you with historical facts and stories of the University and student life. The tour offers stunning views of King's College, Trinity College, Wren Library, Bridge of Sighs, Mathematical Bridge and more. (PLEASE CALL 01273 648966 FOR DISCOUNTED RATES FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD)
Prices are subject to change on certain dates, select a tour date for more information