Cambridge is famously one of the most picturesque cities in the UK, and sightseeing here largely revolves around taking in the impressive buildings. Luckily, as we ease our way out of a government-imposed lockdown, strolling through the cobbled streets and checking out Cambridge’s impressive architecture is one activity you don’t have to wait for. I’ve compiled a list of 5 brilliant buildings that are a little bit lesser-known than King’s College Chapel. They’re definitely worth a square on your Insta feed!
If you’re in Cambridge at the moment, I hope this blog has given you some inspiration for your daily walk. If not, I hope it’s helped you to look forward to the near future when we we'll be able to welcome you again. And, if you’re booking a summer school course with us this year, you might find that some of these sights feature in your afternoon activities!
Allegra Goodwin, Student Experience Manager
Welcome to our school community. We greatly appreciate the trust and loyalty our students, colleagues and partners place in us. Recognising the ongoing and increased uncertainty that coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing around the world, our highest priority is the health and well-being of all those in our school community.
We continue to closely watch the situation with COVID-19 and are doing everything we can to make sure everyone in our school community remains safe whilst also ensuring continuity of business.
In an effort to maintain some normality, it'll be 'business as usual' on our blog and social media channels so do check-in on us for a moment of escapism.
In the meantime, stay home, stay safe!