Houses and buildings in Cambridgeshire
If you're looking for an absorbing day out in Cambridgeshire, discover historic houses big and small and working mills to visit around the county.
Step inside Wimpole Hall and discover how previous owners made their mark on this complex house.
Discover the many layers that Anglesey Abbey has to offer. A Jacobean priory, once home to Lord Fairhaven.
From the library and banking hall to the cabinet of curiosities, the rooms in this classic Georgian home have many stories to tell. Discover how the Peckovers lived their lives here.
Discover the 18th-century building at Houghton Mill, from Victorian machinery to freshly ground flour that you can buy to use at home.
Discover how the Lode Mill was rescued from being derelict for many years and restored by the new owner Lord Fairhaven.
A visit to Wimpole Home Farm is a favourite with all the family. Discover the rare-breed animals, five Shire horses and in spring, visit the newborn lambs.
Remains of a former Benedictine abbey