Walking Tour & Punting Through Cambridge University | Small Groups

12 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2.5 hr

We know that there is so much for you to see and do in our beautiful city, which makes our combined walking and river tour the perfect activity to take in over 900 years of history and architecture in a short period of time. All our guides are highly experienced, and specialise in giving informative and entertaining introductions to the fascinating history of Cambridge. Having previously travelled and joined walking tours as visitors ourselves, we understand the importance of limiting group sizes so that everyone can hear and be involved. We therefore limit our tours to groups of 12 to prevent our guests feeling like they are following a walking crowd rather than a personalised walking tour

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Remember Cambridge

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Great St Mary's Church (Church of England)

Both physically and historically at the heart of Cambridge University and the starting point of all our tours.

Pass By: Market Square

A vibrant market which sits underneath the historic Great St. Mary's Church. The perfect place to browse local arts and crafts, pick up Cambridge Souvenirs and try some of the city's best street food.

Pass By: Trinity College

Founded by King Henry The 8th in 1546, we first visit the main gate during the walking tour, where we can see the infamous Newton's Apple Tree and the stone statue of Henry 8th holding a wooden chair leg.

Pass By: St. John's College

Recently refurbished and decorated with the Royal Yales and Statues of John Fisher, we visit the impressive main gate of St. John's College

Pass By: Garret Hostel Bridge

Ideal spot for the best photos and selfies along the River Cam.

Pass By: Gonville and Caius College

A prestigious college with a strong tradition of Nobel Prize winners located next to the Senate Building. Often overlooked by tourists, it was the workplace of Stephen Hawking for over 30 years.

Pass By: King's College

Home to the magnificent King’s College Chapel. King’s College is one of the major reasons why millions of tourists visit our small city each year .An absolute must-see for any visitor to Cambridge. Built during the turbulent period now known as 'The Wars of The Roses'.

Pass By:

Beautiful gold plated clock with a slightly morbid significance.

Pass By: St Bene't's Church (Church of England)

Oldest building in Cambridge with Anglo-Saxon Church tower.

Pass By: King's College Chapel

World Famous view of King’s College Chapel, Bodily Court, Gibbs Building and Kings Bridge, forever immortalised by the Chinese poet, Xu ZhiMo.

Pass By: Clare College

Former college of David Attenbourgh and James Watson. Cambridge University's Second oldest college, Oldest bridge and the beautiful fellow gardens.

Pass By: Trinity Hall

Former College of Stephen Hawking and Cambridge University's 5th oldest college.

Pass By: Wren Library

We return to Trinity college during the river tour where we can see the 300 year old Wren Library and pass beneath Trinity Bridge.

Pass By: Bridge of Sighs

Connected to the beautiful Neo-Gothic New Court, we return to St. Johns as we pass beneath The Bridge of Sighs and Kitchen Bridge.

Pass By: Magdalene College

College of CS Lewis, founded by Lord Chancellor Thomas Audley and home of the diary of Samuel Pepys.
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