If you’ve been revelling in the races at Huntingdon Racecourse, you might be wondering what to do in Cambridgeshire afterwards.
Huntingdon is a town with a history dating back to the middle ages, and only a short distance from the world-famous city of Cambridge, an esteemed seat of education for thousands of years. We’ve chosen some of the best attractions to help you explore the rich and exciting history of Cambridgeshire while you’re in the area.
Huntingdon is a quaint market town with its charming churches, the Cromwell Museum - the only Cromwell-dedicated museum in the UK - and bustling markets, both traditional and farmers, offers you a warm welcome in an assortment of cafes, bars and restaurants.
Cambridge is just over 20 miles away and offers many beautiful museums and art galleries. Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings. Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, where a unique and relaxing shopping experience can be found. Here a blend of independent shops are mingled with high street brands throughout the City.
You could always relax in one of the many fantastic pubs, restaurants or cafes on offer.
Catch a student theatrical production, or a show at the Arts Theatre. See live music or comedy at the Corn Exchange.
Then finish your experience with an overnight stay at one of our hotels, b&b's, self catering apartments, campsites or hostels.