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Free Toilet Parks and Gardens: City Centre (North)

Tick 9.2

River Cam

0.5km
Magdalene Street, Cambridge. CB2 1UW • (01223) 457000
River Cam - The Backs, Cambridge
River Cam - The Backs, Cambridge

The River Cam flows through the heart of Cambridge and after the University is the city's main attraction. Punting on the River is a must do for visitors and the quantity of touts plying for trade in the summer can prove overwhelming. The River can be split into three - north (downstream), the Backs and south (upstream).

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Free Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (Market Square)

Money Star Award 9.1

Colleges of the University of Cambridge

0.2km
King's Parade, Cambridge. CB2 1ST • (01223) 337733
King's College and Chapel, Cambridge
King's College and Chapel, Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is not a campus university and the independently founded colleges are located throughout the city of Cambridge, rather than on one central site. Each constituent college has its own administration and rules for the admittance of both students and visitors.

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Free Landmark Food Museums and Art Galleries: City Centre (South)

Tick 9.2

Fitzwilliam Museum

0.7km
Trumpington Street, Cambridge. CB2 1RB • (01223) 332900
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

The Fitzwilliam Museum has been described as 'one of the greatest art collections of the nation and a monument of the first importance'. Collections include the Ancient World, Applied Arts (including pottery, porcelain, glass, textiles, furniture, clocks and watches), Paintings, Manuscripts, Books and Coins.

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Free Landmark Places of Worship: City Centre (Market Square)

Tick 8.8

Great Saint Mary’s

0.1km
Senate House Hill, Cambridge. CB2 3PQ • (01223) 462914
Great Saint Mary’s, Cambridge
Great Saint Mary’s, Cambridge

Great St Mary’s is an Anglican church and has maintained its witness to the faith of Christ for many centuries. It has carried out this mission in many ways as a parish church in the diocese of Ely, as the Church of the University of Cambridge, as a place of prayer and celebration for all the citizens of Cambridge.

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Free Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (North)

Tick 8.8

Christ's College and Fellows' Garden

0.2km
St Andrew's Street, Cambridge. CB2 3BU • (01223) 334900
Christ's College, Cambridge
Christ's College, Cambridge

Christ's College was first established as God's House in 1437 by William Byngham, a London parish priest, for training grammar school masters. Shortly after receiving its Royal Licence from Henry VI in 1446, God's House was forced to move from its original site as this was needed for the King's new project, King's College.

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Free Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (South)

Tick 8.7

Pembroke College

0.4km
Trumpington Street, Cambridge. CB2 1RF • (01223) 338100
Pembroke College, Cambridge
Pembroke College, Cambridge

Pembroke College, founded in 1347 by Marie de St Pol, Countess of Pembroke, is proud of its traditions. The third oldest of the Cambridge colleges, it was the first to have its own Chapel, and in the stained glass windows there and in the recently renovated Library is evidence of the way they make light of that history.

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