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Open Gardens in Cambridgeshire

Abbots Ripton Open Gardens
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Barrington Open Gardens (Cambridgeshire)
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Brampton Open Gardens
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Buckden Open Gardens
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Caldecote Open Gardens
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Chiswick End Open Gardens
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Eatons Open Gardens
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11 picturesque places to go walking in Cambridgeshire

The sun is shining in Cambridgeshire today, which means we want to get out and explore!

The county boasts so many pretty places which are perfect for a walk.

So whether you want to hike to the top of a hill or go for a gentle jaunt around the meadows, we’ve found somewhere lovely for you.

We’ve rounded up some of the most picturesque spots in and around the city for you to get out and enjoy today.

(Because it’s important we make the most of the sunshine here.)

Have we missed out your favourite place to go walking? Let us know in the comment section below.

The Backs of the colleges

(Image: Chris Radburn/PA Wire)

A stroll along The Backs of the colleges was voted one of the most spectacular walks in Britain.

The route sees stunning views of the Cambridge University Colleges and their neatly manicured grounds.

It is described on TripAdvisor as: “Landscaped open areas and gardens weaving behind many colleges on the River Cam, which are known for their daffodils and crocuses in the spring, and stunning views of the colleges across the river at any time of year.”

Grantchester Meadows

Grantchester Meadows. Picture: Laura Claxton

Two miles south of the city centre lie the Grantchester meadows.

In the summer, they become a meeting point for outdoor cinema-goers, picnickers, swimmers and more.

But the meadows are just as divine in the winter.

With picturesque views of the River Cam, Grantchester meadows can be reached by walking across Lammas Land, via Paradise nature reserve, or along the footpath to Grantchester.

Anglesey Abbey dog walk trail

(Image: Keith Jones)

If, like us, your primary source of exercise comes from taking the dog for a walk, you may as well make it as pretty as possible.

Try taking your pooch for a well-earned wander along Anglesey Abbey’s official dog walking trail.

The National Trust describes it as: “A pleasant short, but varied walk, which includes fine views of Lode Mill, a path through a copse, an ancient watercourse, a short stretch of a long-closed railway line and village houses. Ideal for families.”

Around the Botanic Garden

So beautiful! (Image: David Johnson)

The Cambridge University Botanic Garden is our very own slice of Eden in the city centre.

With glorious greenhouses, tropical plants and luscious grass – it’s the perfect place to visit if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Cambridge.

It’s tranquil, picture perfect and very, very pretty.

Houghton Mill- Godmanchester

(Image: Warren Gunn)

This scenic route is not for the faint hearted.

Enjoy a whopping eight miles of watery landscape and lost hills in the delightful surrounds of the Ouse Valley.

See the last working mill on the Great Ouse river and discover some of the county’s most loved sights, including the Godmanchester Steam Mill, Castle Hill and the remains of Huntingdon’s Norman motte-and-bailey castle.

The National Trust predicts it will take around 3 hours but it is easy walking terrain.

St Ives and The Hemingfords

(Image: Roger Adams)

Another easy walk is the St Ives and Hemingfords walk.

This walk also starts at the serene Houghton Mill but takes an alternative route through the “unspoiled villages of the Hemingfords”

It’s roughly five miles long and takes around two hours to walk.

You’ll see churches, nature reserves and charming parts of St Ives.

Top tip: take a detour and stop for some tea and cake.

Wandlebury and The Gog Magog Hills

If it’s fresh air and stunning scenery you’re after, The Gog Magog Hills are a great place to get out with the family, or the dog.

The views from the top of the hills are unparalleled because they are unlike any other summit in the city.

Rumour has it on a clear day you can actually see all the way to Ely.

According to English folklore the hills were inhabited by the giant Gogmagog – pretty cool huh?

Feeling peckish? Head to the Gog farm shop for a sausage roll and a nice warming cup of tea.

Wimpole Folly and Woodland belt

(Image: Tom Comiskey)

The National Trust website describes this as “A historical wildlife walk starting at Wimpole Folly grand stable-block, exploring the diverse landscape of one of the largest estates in Cambridgeshire.”

On this walk you will be able to discover the area’s links to medieval farming.

You will walk over bridges and see stunning views of the grounds, plus you can take your canine friend too.

Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows

(Image: Richard Braithwaite)

This walk is perfect if you’re looking to enjoy the river.

You can watch the river boats lazily sail by and even encounter a few of the native animals.

Ducks, cows and swans are known to wander these parts of the city, and you should too.

Waresley Wood

(Image: Timothy Bennett)

Waresley Wood is packed with stunning wildflowers and ancient trees.

The nature reserve has pathways specifically designed to protect the gorgeous bluebells in Gransden.

See what treasures you can find when you go down to the woods for a walkabout.

Waresley Wood is home to many breeding birds and more than 500 species of butterfly and moths, according to the Wildlife Trusts’ website.

Milton Country Park

(Image: Phil Morley)

Milton country park is located just a few miles north of Cambridge’s city centre.

Created from old gravel pits, the 95-acre site offers a varied natural habitat with woodland, lakes and grass.

There are also more than two miles of pathways, which are suitable for bicycles and wheelchairs.

Migratory birds increase as they take up residence for winter, particularly on Dickerson’s Pit lake. Look out for cormorants, tufted ducks, gadwall, widgeon and the noisy call of greylag geese as they swoop onto the water in flocks.

Lode Mill and Quy Fen

Walk Location:

Lode water mill is part of Anglesey Abbey – a National Trust property with delightful gardens – but unfortunately these are not open to dogs. You can, however, approach the mill without going through the Abbey grounds, and then walk along the other side of the river and around the open fields which adjoin it.

There are a mixture of paths: along the river, through woods, and alongside fields. It’s easy walking in the summer, but can be quite muddy in the winter.

The following circular route is just one option – this is a little under 4 miles and takes about an hour and a half. It conforms approximately to this track I’ve uploaded to EveryTrail.

If coming from Cambridge or the A14, take the B1102 through Stow-cum-Quy. (Quy rhymes with ‘why’, in case you’re wondering!) Park in Anglesey Abbey car park and follow the path which goes through the back of the car park, until you reach the mill.

A path around the right-hand side of the mill and over a little bridge takes you round to the river. (I, instead, struck out along the foot path which is straight ahead of you as you cross the little bridge; it take you along the left side of a field, into a pleasing beech wood, and by turning left in the wood you get back to the river.)

Follow the river away from the mill through the wooded area and it will eventually emerge to meander between raised banks, with fields on either side. Eventually, this will meet the (relatively quiet) Station Road. You need to turn right and then turn right again onto a path which will take you back, parallel to the river but in the opposite direction. If it’s not too wet you can avoid the road section by crossing the last field to a kissing-gate which lets you onto the same path.

The path goes straight for a while and then bends to the left, heading NW away from the river, becoming a road-like bridleway between trees. When it bends to the left, turn 90 degrees to the right along another wide path between trees which eventually comes to a gate into an open meadow. There’s a 3-way signpost here – go through the gate and turn right in the Lode direction, along the right-hand side of the meadow and through a couple of gates. Just around a corner to the right there’s another gate and a small bridge – cross this and go straight ahead through a grassy field back towards the river, though before you get there the field bends around to the left and joins another wide track.

Shortly after a dilapidated building on the right there’s a turn off into a narrower path to the right, which ends at a cinder track. Turn left – you’re now going roughly parallel to the river again – until you get to the end of a wood – the wood you may have gone through at the start of the walk if you took my detour. You can turn right and go through this to the river, or alternatively go a little beyond it and round to the right, then cross the ditch to an open grassy stretch which will take you back to the river between two wooded areas.

Turn left and you’ll return to the mill.

Photos:

Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill. Admission charge. Open daily.

Details

Accessibility:
The property has a range of disability access parking spaces within the main car parks near to the visitor centre. The visitor centre has level access and a disability toilet. Wheelchairs are available and 5 personal mobility vehicles on request. There are no lifts within the house and wheelchair access is limited to the lower floor. Both large print and Braille guides are available.
Brief Description:
A National Trust property open to the public with a mill and gardens although parts of the house remain privately owned by the Fairhaven family.

Further Information:
Address:
Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill, Quy Rd, Lode, Cambridge CB25 9EJ
Telephone:
01223 810080
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Website:

Opening Hours:
House 11:00am – 4:00pm
Mill 10:30am – 3:30pm
Garden, plant centre, restaurant and shop 10:00am – 4:30pm
Subject to seasonal changes. Visit website for details.
Directions:
Travelling on the A14 across the north east side of Cambridge, take the exit for the B1102 and signposted: ‘Burwell, Swaffhams, Lode, Quy and Anglesey Abbey’. Continue north on the B1102 Stow Road until reaching the entrance on the north side of the road sign posted: ‘Anglesey Abbey’.
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Transport:
For more travel information go to: https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/buses/ and for train services visit https://www.thetrainline.com/
Amenities:
The centre has a shop selling gifts sourced locally and a café serving home cooked food. Visit nearby Cambridge for a variety of shops, restaurants and cafés, banks, post office and entertainments.

Home > East England & East Anglia > Things to do in Cambridgeshire > Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill Address: Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill, Quy Road, Lode, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB25 9EJ
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Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill is a Jacobean style house, a working water mill and 114 acres of gardens and park between Cambridge and Newmarket in Cambridgeshire.

The house is on the site of a priory dating from the 13th century and the dining room is the only surviving room from it. The house contains collections of paintings, silverware, English and French clocks and fine furniture. There are tours of the house on Tuesdays (additional charge). Some of the rooms visitors can see include the library, the oak room, the Dining room and the ship bedroom.

The gardens include a wildlife discovery area, 30 acres of wildflower meadows, lawns, woodland, a rose garden, a dahlia garden, a winter garden, a two-storey tree-house and mythological and biblical Statues. Winter lights event from the end of November to mid December.

  • Free car parking.
  • Shop selling local produce and gifts.
  • Second hand book shop.
  • Plant centre.
  • Mill sells flour made at the mill.
  • Redwoods restaurant serves meals, snacks and beverages.
  • Free WiFi in restaurant.
  • Picnic area.

Opening Times:

  • Please check the Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill website for opening hours.

Ticket Prices – House, Garden & Mill (Standard):

  • Adult – £15.80
  • Child – £7.90
  • Family – £39.50
  • Family (1 adult and up to 3 children) – £23.70
  • Group Adult – £15.00
  • Group Child – £7.50

Ticket Prices – Off Peak Months (Jan, June & Nov):

  • Adult – £14.00
  • Child – £7.00
  • Family – £35.00
  • Family (1 adult and up to 3 children) – £21.00
  • Group Adult – £13.30
  • Group Child – £7.00

Prices and opening hours correct as at January 2020.

Before you start your journey to Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

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  • The Centre for Computing History
  • Cambridge Museum Of Technology
  • The Polar Museum
  • Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve
  • Whipple Museum of the History of Science
  • The Fitzwilliam Museum

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