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As a city that enjoys such rich cultural heritage, Cambridge is home to a huge number of attractions. With such a variety of entertainment, Churchill College is an ideal base for groups that are set on exploring Cambridge and it’s surrounding towns and cities. Located on the north-west edge of the city, Churchill College has excellent road connections to both the A14 and M11 - allowing tours to combine both central trips with those much further afield. In addition to an ideal location, we have approximately 100 on-site parking spaces, with facilities for coach parking close by. Although our accommodation is occupied during the college’s term times, we’re delighted to welcome leisure groups during college vacations - with our best value rates in August.
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ADC Theatre is a hub of Cambridge's theatrical talent - and has helped launch some of the most famous actors and actresses in the world today. With a regular schedule of showings, the ADC is a must-see for the best in dramatic production.Find out more
Churchill College Archives Centre is home to some of British history's most iconic academic and political papers, captivating the fascinating history of the Churchill and post-war eras.find out more
Spread across forty acres of gardens and glasshouses, Cambridge Botanic Garden is home to a variety of plants, wildlife and trails. The heritage-listed garden is a spectacle across all seasons, and offers an exciting exploration of the natural world.Find out more
Described as 'one of the greatest art collections of the nation', The Fitzwilliam Museum attracts visitors from across the globe to an eclectic collection of paintings, sculptures and and artefacts dating to thousands of years in the past.Find out more
Described as a "tour-de-force of Elizabethan drama", the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is a renowned celebration of the world-famous playwright and his works, in venues across the city.Find out more
Exploring Cambridge on foot is a great way to learn about the city's rich history. Taking a walking tour is a popular, fun way to delve into the Cambridge past and is suitable for visitors of all ages.Find out more
Churchill College Archives Centre is home to some of British history's most iconic academic and political papers, captivating the fascinating history of the Churchill and post-war eras.Find out more
Music is a big part of the city's ongoing entertainment roster, with a number of festivals spread throughout the year. Cambridge Folk Festival is a brilliant chance to see both established and new acts.Find out more