Cambridgeshire

Daffodils in front of Wimpole

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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Spring blossom at Anglesey Abbey

Where you can visit 

We recommend you book in advance for visits to our places, especially at busy times such as weekends and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking isn't always necessary at Wimpole Estate, Anglesey Abbey, Wicken Fen or Peckover. See what's open near you.

Signs of spring

Track the spread of blossom with this #BlossomWatch Twitter map

Track blossom sightings on our map 

As nature wakes up for spring, you can see people participating in #BlossomWatch with this map, which is powered by your tweets. You can also find out more about how you can spread the joy of spring on Twitter with #BlossomWatch.

Coming soon
Sewing

Wimpole Artisan Fair: Tickets now on sale 

The Artisan Collective Fair 2 - 4 July 2021 brings together a handpicked selection of the UK’s finest creators, makers, crafting experts and local producers.

Places you can visit

Places to stay
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

In the news...
Celtic deity figure found at Wimpole

Wimpole's Celtic deity 

Archaeologists discovered this 1st-century metal figure while digging near Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire. Recent cleaning and conservation have revealed remarkable details of a moustache and what may have been a popular East Anglian hairstyle.

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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