Cambridge, renowned for its prestigious university, offers a blend of academic excellence and quirky traditions. The city boasts the ingenious Mathematical Bridge, designed without nails or bolts, and the enchanting Bridge of Sighs, rumoured to be Queen Victoria’s favourite. It’s not just about historic structures; Cambridge is known for its unique 'Bumps' rowing race and having more bikes per capita than any other UK city. Additionally, it hosts the unusual tradition of 'Swan Upping,' where swans on the River Cam are counted annually.
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A curated list of cool, hidden and unusual things to do in Cambridge. Explore unique places full history, intrigure and secrecy - dive in and explore some great hidden gems.
Kettle's Yard: the homely residence of an avid art collector that ended up as an art museum for Cambridge University.
Yes that's right 'Newton's Apple Tree', is the very same one that inspired Isaac Newton's Theory of Gravity.