Cambridgeshire

Places to visit

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The temperature might be a little colder outside, but don't let that stop you exploring this winter. Beat the winter blues and experience our places on a guided walk with a ranger, or catch a glimpse behind the scenes on a tour or talk with an expert.

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The winter garden in all its glory at Anglesey Abbey © R Todd

The winter garden in all its glory at Anglesey Abbey

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The chance to explore the gardens at Peckover, which are opening early © Peckover House, National Trust

The chance to explore the gardens at Peckover, which are opening early

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Wrap up warm for an exhilarating winter walk around Wicken Fen © Howard Cooper

Wrap up warm for an exhilarating winter walk around Wicken Fen

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Wintery scenes at all of our places that cast places in a new light © Carol Laidlaw

Wintery scenes at all of our places that cast places in a new light

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The chance to warm up with a warm brew after a walk around Wimpole © Mike May

The chance to warm up with a warm brew after a walk around Wimpole

Our favourite outdoor activities

Cycling along Lode's Way

Enjoy a family day out exploring on two wheels © Right Image Photography

Explore the Cambridgeshire Fens on the 9 mile Lodes Way. Cycle along the beautiful reed-lined Lodes between Wicken Fen and historic Anglesey Abbey.

Geocaching at Wicken Fen

Geocaching © Garmin

Can you find the 5 geocaches we've hidden on the reserve? Hugely popular with visitors, download their co-ordinates or borrow a GPS receiver from the Visitor Centre.

Wimpole Parkrun

Get your running shoes on and join in Killerton parkrun  © H Trebble

Enjoy running? Then you'll love parkrun. A free, timed 5km run which takes place every Saturday in the amazing surroundings of Wimpole Estate.

Places to stay

Want to stay a little longer? Wainman House in Wisbech was recently restored and is an elegant Georgian townhouse that sleeps 11 and makes the perfect base for large groups. 

Domestic Wing opens

A major new experience has now opened at Anglesey Abbey. Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, visitors can now explore the Domestic Wing and life 'below stairs' in the 1960s. 

Volunteer

 © J Jephcott

Join our Cambridge voluteer group and help us with tasks such as clearing scrub, laying hedges and footpath maintenance. Alternatively, bring the family to one of our family muck in days.

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