90 Minute Guided Walking Tour
- Green Badge Tour Guides.
- Meeting point is outside the Cambridge Gift Shop on Trinity Street.
- Come dressed appropriately for the great British weather and wear comfortable shoes.
- In conjunction with Stride Cambridge.
- Choose a private or shared walking tour.
Cambridge walking tours are a great way to see the city from a local’s perspective. Guided by Cambridge Green Badge tour guides you will be immersed in architecture, culture and world renowned historic sights. During your 90 minute tour you will walk through thousands of years of human history, see famous Cambridge Colleges where the likes of Newton once studied and visit the pub where ‘the secret of life’ was discovered. Join either a shared or private walking tour experience and be amazed with what Cambridge has to offer.
Some of the University highlights featured in the tour, include the chapel at Kings, Trinity, St Johns, Gonville & Caius and Corpus Christi to name but a few. Other stops of historical importance include the likes of St Benets Church, Great St Mary’s Church, Corpus Clock and the Cavendish Laboratory where 29 Nobel Prizes were earned.
So who are the Cambridge Green Badge tour guides? These guides have completed accredited courses by the Institute of Tourist Guiding and have a love for their city. Unfortunately anyone can state they are a guide in the UK, as unlike other countries, tour guides are not regulated here. So when booking a walking tour online with us you can be sure that your tour guide is accredited and will deliver a tour that you deserve. If the buildings and sights dont make you fall in love with Cambridge, then the Green Badge guides surely will.
One of the main reasons why you visit Cambridge or any city for that matter, is to find out about the local secrets and the history of a place. You want to leave feeling like you know everything there is to know about the city and what to recommend to others visiting. Joining one of our walking tours will do just that, learning all the facts, stories, jokes and local knowledge of Cambridge, it’s university and its market town routes.