Product ID: 91614

Cambridge University Guided Walking Tour with a Graduate

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Get an insight into life at one of the world's most elite universities on a 1.5-hour historical walking tour of Cambridge University with a graduate guide. Visit some of the most famous colleges, such as Clare College and Trinity College.
About this activity
Duration 90 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Live guide
English
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Experience

Highlights
  • Get an insight into life at Cambridge University from a graduate guide
  • Look inside Trinity College and Pembroke College
  • Learn how you apply to Cambridge University from someone who has been successful
Full description
Take part in an historical walking tour of some of the most famous colleges in Cambridge and learn more about student life at one of the world's most prestigious universities.

See where DNA was discovered, visit famous chapels and libraries and listen to fascinating anecdotes from your graduate guide. See where Prince Charles, Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking studied, and take in the lovely views of ancient architecture along the way.

Stroll from King's College on King's Parade and pass landmarks such as Trinity Hall College, Trinity College and Corpus Christi College. Look inside Pembroke College and marvel at the grounds of King's College and Queens' College, founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou.

Admire the city's most recognizable buildings, including The Senate House, Great St Mary’s Church and 17th-century The Eagle pub where Watson and Crick announced they had discovered the secret of life.
Includes
  • Graduate guide
  • Full historical tour
  • Insights into student life
  • Entry to Pembroke College and Trinity College (depending on availability)
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance fees to colleges not on the itinerary

When you get there

Meeting point

Meet by the blue flag at the entrance of King's College on King's Parade.

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