Family walking in autumnal sunlight through the Walled Garden

Distinctive fenland landscapes, grand houses, lush farmland and a myriad of waterways, cycle paths and wildlife, there's plenty of choice in Cambridgeshire

Places to visit

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Where you can visit 

We're reopening the places you love in Cambridgeshire, safely and in line with government guidance. We recommend you book in advance for visits to Anglesey Abbey, Wicken Fen and Wimpole Estate, especially at busy times such as weekends.

Places you can visit

Autumn days out

Blickling woodland filled with autumn colour

The National Trust's Autumn Challenge 

With the arrival of autumn, why not take part in our autumn challenge and watch the season unfold? Eight weeks, eight themes and eight reasons to fall in love with nature. So get snapping and share your photos with us #EveryoneNeedsNature

Places to stay
A view of the campsite at Waterclose Meadow, Houghton Mill

Houghton Mill's Waterclose Meadows Campsite, Cambridgeshire 

Nestling on the banks of the Great Ouse river and with fantastic views of the historic working mill, our campsite at Waterclose Meadows offers a great place to park your caravan, motorhome or campervan. It's perfect for those who love walking, cycling, canoeing and relaxing in nature. The campsite is open March - October.

Exterior view of Coach House Loft, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire

The Coach House Loft

This light and airy first floor apartment is part of a converted coach house at the rear of Peckover House. You'll also be given a key to your own private entrance to Peckover's delightful garden.

To enjoy at home

Three black and white images of people featured in the 125 portrait exhibition

A portrait of the National Trust: 125 stories for 125 years 

As part of our 125th anniversary celebrations, an innovative photographic book and online exhibition tell the stories of 125 people and their relationships with us. Here you can enjoy a selection of these beautiful black and white portraits from the book.

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Details of three portraits

Addressing our histories of colonialism and historic slavery 

The National Trust cares for places and collections on behalf of the nation, and many have direct and indirect links to colonialism and historic slavery. We're addressing these histories and their cultural significance and have published our report into these links.

A male skylark singing in flight

Nature-friendly farming methods allow biodiversity to flourish at Wimpole 

Nature and soil health are flourishing at Wimpole Home Farm near Cambridge according to the results of a full ‘health-check’ into its biodiversity, carbon levels and levels of public accessibility.

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