Cambridge incentives

 

Walking tours | The National Stud, Newmarket Racecourse | Take a punt | Parker Library tour

 

Walk in the footsteps of famed Cambridge University Alumni through medieval streets and ancient cloisters, take a punt down the River Cam, or experience a host of other ideas to inspire and motivate groups.

 

Walking tours

 

Take a walking tour of Cambridge and marvel at some of the greatest examples of Gothic and Neoclassical architecture in the world. 

Inspiring, baffling, and downright outrageous, Cambridge is a city full of stories waiting to be told.

Tours can be tailored and themed to suit the special interests of your group, from literary tours to treasure hunts; food tours to the gardens of Cambridge, science, architecture and royalty.

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The National Stud, Newmarket Racecourse

 

Take a luxury coach to the home of British horse-racing, Newmarket, situated just 20 mins from Cambridge.

Start with a private tour of the National Stud and discover what goes on behind-the-scenes of a busy commercial stud farm. 

Hear about the history of the stud and see first-hand the work that goes into producing the future champions of the turf before enjoying a private lunch in the Royal Box at the Newmarket July Course. 

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Take a punt

Punting on the river Cam in Cambridge, England.
 

No trip to Cambridge is complete without a punting trip on the River Cam, a quintessential English pastime.

Six-seater or 12-seater punts take in sights such as King’s College Chapel and the stunning Bridge of Sighs.

A personal tour guide will spin stories about history, student pranks, May Balls and Formal Halls. It really is the best way to see the historic colleges and the famous Backs.

Enjoy champagne and canapés on board and alight at a riverside College for a private dining experience. 

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Parker Library tour

  

The Parker Library at Corpus Christi College is a national heritage treasure.

It is internationally renowned for its important collection of medieval and renaissance manuscripts.

Groups can sample some of its amazing collection, which includes the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, principal source book for early English history, the sixth-century Gospels of Saint Augustine, the Bury Bible and a manuscript of Chaucer's Troilus.

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