Places to visit in Cambridgeshire

Stretch your legs and explore historic houses big and small, working mills, spectacular gardens or simply escape to explore the charming fen waterways of Cambridgeshire.

Front view of Anglesey Abbey

Anglesey Abbey 

A passion for tradition and impressing guests inspired one man to transform a run-down country house and desolate landscape to what you see today.

Exterior view of Houghton Mill on the River Ouse

Houghton Mill 

Enjoy walking in this stunning riverside setting on the Great Ouse, then pop into the tearoom at Houghton Mill for a cup of tea and slice of cake.

A view of the New Bield from the moat

Lyveden New Bield  

Just outside Cambridgeshire, you'll find Lyveden, a remarkable survivor of the Elizabethan age. Virtually unaltered since work stopped on its creation in 1605.

Peckover House and Garden

Peckover House and Garden 

A hidden gem on the Norfolk / Cambridgeshire border, this Georgian merchant’s townhouse also has quite the beautiful Victorian garden to explore.

The lush foliage, tranquil waterways and big skies at Wicken Fen

Wicken Fen Nature Reserve 

England's most famous fen is a great place to witness nature's beauty. With easy access into a lost landscape, what will you encounter?

The Walled garden at Wimpole with herbaceous borders in front of the glasshouse

Wimpole Estate 

With an impressive mansion at its heart, a rare breeds farm and a landscape created by 'Capability' Brown, there's always plenty to see at Wimpole.