Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Curve

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Overview

Starting at Linton, tour the Chilford Valley Vineyard and visit Linton Zoo, before spending some time at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. Visit Shepreth Wildlife park before relaxing at Wimpole Estate. Leave St. Neots behind to explore Grafham Water before heading to the Old Riverport of St. Ives to arrive at Ely.

Linton

Visit Linton Zoo Conservation Park to spend an educational day up close and personal with the animals. At Chilford Hall Vineyard, home to over 17,000 vines, you can enjoy wine tasting and tours.

Duxford

The Imperial War Museum Duxford is home to one of the world’s greatest aviation collections – see hundreds of aircraft and aviation artefacts on display. Enjoy the iconic aircraft including the Spitfire, Lancaster and Concorde.

Shepreth

Take a walk on the wild side with the animals at Shepreth Wildlife Park. With close encounters, animal experiences, displays, talks and animal feeding there is a plenty for everyone.

Wimpole

Explore the Wimpole Estate – inside the imposing mansion you will find the Yellow Drawing Room, Library and Basement – depicting life below the stairs. Outside you explore the landscape park, walled garden and the rare breeds of Home Farm.

St. Neots

Explore the medieval history of the market town of St. Neots nestling on the banks of the River Great Ouse where you take in the riverside mill and lock, medieval priory and St. Neots museum.

Grafham

Grafham Water, England’s third largest reservoir, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest where you can take in the great outdoors and enjoy numerous water sports, bike or walk the 9 mile trail or go fishing. Wildlife enthusiasts will love the 280 acre nature reserve, home to many species of birds and amphibians.

St Ives

St Ives is perfect for taking in the rolling Cambridgeshire countryside and water meadows. Hemingford Meadow overlooks the town, whilst Holt Island Nature Reserve is a great place to relax and enjoy nature.

Ely

The Fenland city of Ely is most famous for its towering 11th century cathedral that rises from the landscape and dominates the sky line for miles around. Explore the historic city and take a tour of the cathedral – climb the steps to get the best view in the county!

Overview

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Linton

2
6.8 miles

Duxford

3
8.3 miles

Shepreth

4
4.6 miles

Wimpole

5
16.5 miles

St. Neots

6
8.0 miles

Grafham

7
15.3 miles

St Ives

8
17.2 miles

Ely

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Cambridge Sightseeing Tour

Silver Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 9EU

Punting in Cambridge – Self-Hire Boat

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Bounce Indoor Trampoline Park

1 Wedgwood Way , Bretton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 8AY

About the Cambridge Curve Trail

Distance:77 miles
Cities / Towns:8
Number Of Businesses:3

Starting at Linton, enjoy a tour at Chilford Valley Vineyard and visit the animals at Linton Zoo before heading to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, an outstanding collection of aviation history. Call at Shepreth Wildlife park for animal adventures before exploring the rolling Wimpole Estate. Take in the market town of St. Neots before arriving at the expansive Grafham Water to enjoy some time outdoors. Then spend some time at the Old Riverport of St. Ives before arriving at historic Ely, standing in the shadow of the dominant Ely Cathedral.

Safari, so goodie!

The wildlife parks Linton Zoo and Shepreth provide many opportunities for visitors to see the animals. Feeding times, displays and interaction opportunities all make for an educational and fun day out.

Flying Fun

You don’t have to be an aviation buff to enjoy a great day out at The Imperial War Museum Duxford – but it does help! A vast collection of flight machines awaits visitors, showcasing the history of aviation over the last century.

Standing Tall

The impressive spire of Ely Cathedral stands guard across the surrounding Fens countryside – the cathedral being an awe inspiring sight as you approach the town. Go inside, take a tour and if you are feeling energetic climb the steps for some stunning panoramic views.

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Cambridge Sightseeing Tour

Silver Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 9EU

Punting in Cambridge – Self-Hire Boat

Scudamore's Mill Lane Punting Station, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1RS

Bounce Indoor Trampoline Park

1 Wedgwood Way , Bretton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 8AY