Scudamore's punting company
Traditional punting in Cambridge, England. College river tours by professional chauffeurs in straw boaters and waistcoats.
Cambridge Centre - 0.72 miles
Cambridge's best view is across the River Cam to the gothic chapel of King's College. Although the town is justly famous for its university, much of it is quite ancient and originated in a celtic settlement around a ford on the river. A bridge and outpost was established here by the romans and Cambridge has been a flourishing regional centre for hundreds of years.The University began at the start of the 13th century when a group of students on the run from townspeople in Oxford arrived in Cambridge. Peterhouse was the first college to be founded in 1281 by the bishop of Ely. Places to see include Trinity College, Magdelene College, St John's College and St Benedict's Church.
Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts - 0.8 miles
Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts is the UK’s leading provider of Art & Design, Drama and Music pathway programmes, helping students make ambitious decisions about their futures. Our approach to creative learning is unique, highly personalised and guaranteed to ensure students meet their full potential.
CATS Cambridge - 0.81 miles
At our College, we work hard to give you the space to learn, live, grow and achieve. Success happens because we plan it together, in an atmosphere that is both rigorous and relaxed. With all the right facilities to make learning easier, we offer you an exciting rite of passage to university and the next phase of your personal
University of Cambridge - 1.1 miles
The University of Cambridge is rich in history - its famous Colleges and University buildings attract visitors from all over the world. But the University's museums and collections also hold many treasures which give an exciting insight into some of the scholarly activities, both past and present, of the University's academics and students. The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest universities in the world and one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Its reputation for outstanding academic achievement is known world-wide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students, as well as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the University and the Colleges.
Fitzwilliam Museum - 1.26 miles
The Fitzwilliam Museum was founded in 1816 by the bequest of the VIIth Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion to the University of Cambridge. It contains magnificent collections of works of art and antiquities of national and international importance spanning centuries and civilisations, displayed in 25 galleries. Highlights include antiquities from Egypt, Greece and Rome, oriental art, Korean ceramics, English and European pottery and glass, sculpture, furniture, armour, illuminated manuscripts, coins and medals, Japanese prints, masterpieces of painting and drawing by Domenico Veneziano, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck..
Cambridge Regional College - Cambridge - 1.33 miles
Continuing with learning, and choosing the right course is a big decision - and one which can ultimately change your life - so it is good to know that you are considering Cambridge Regional College (CRC). At CRC we provide a full range of courses across many subject areas at a level that will suit your ability and your future needs. Our courses provide a fantastic opportunity to our students to progress whether it is in to further learning in the College or at university, progress in your career, or provide you with the right skills to secure your first job or progress to a new one.
Abbey College Cambridge - 1.43 miles
Abbey College Cambridge is an independent sixth-form college. Since our foundation in 1994 we have achieved an outstanding record of success, demonstrated in terms of both A-level results and the destinations of our students. We provide an academically challenging environment in which our students can realise their potential. Our students are treated as young adults and are expected to adopt a responsible attitude to their studies. Approachable tutors, small classes, course-specific notes and supplementary individual tuition all help maximise student achievement.