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Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial

This is a memorial devoted to the ultimate sacrifice made by so many American servicemen and women during the Second World War. The grassy hillside is an army of 3812 tombstones, and the Wall of the Missing lists the names of some 5000 more soldiers buried in unknown graves. From the entrance by the flagpole, follow the gravel path alongside the rectangular lily ponds to the memorial chapel, fronted by five pillars. Outside and in, wall maps chart the Allies' progress.

Cambridge Gin Laboratory

Follow the cobblestoned pathway to Cambridge Gin Laboratory, which is easily recognizable by its green facade. Upon entering the premises, you are treated to a classic atmosphere characterized by dim lighting and white and green walls. This gives a cozy vibe to Cambridge Gin Laboratory that has laboratory equipment throughout the premises. It also offers a tour that will take you through the history of gin production and provides training for gin evaluation. Also, Cambridge Gin Laboratory gives you a chance to blend gin on your own.

Kettle's Yard

Kettle's Yard is located between the Cambridge and County Folk Museum and the tiny St Peter's Church. It was created as a "refuge of peace and order, of the visual arts and music." Art collector Jim Ede donated the house and his art collection, which is enjoyed today, not behind ropes and in anonymous chambers, but in the living room, bedroom and the stairway. The adjoining gallery hosts exhibitions by major contemporary artists and presents a rolling program of concerts, lectures and exhibitions for all ages. The gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Cambridge University Botanic Garden

To wander the acres of the Cambridge University Botanic Garden is to escape the city's crowds and traffic. The landscaped grounds, which include a lake, water gardens, rockeries and glasshouses, are beautifully maintained with a chronology of plants introduced to Britain, a scented garden for the visually impaired, carnivorous plants, and much more. You can also enjoy the interesting guided tour around this beautiful place.

Fitzwilliam Museum

One of Cambridge University's most prestigious buildings, the illustrious Fitzwilliam Museum is home to some of the most prized collections of art and ancient artifacts. The antiquities and art collection were inherited from Viscount Fitzwilliam, the benefactor who established the museum in 1816. Beyond the museum's neoclassical facade rests a rich collection amounting to nearly 550,000 objects, paintings, and manuscripts, some of which date as far back as 2500 BCE. Some of the most notable masterpieces include Simone Martini's Saint Geminianus, Ford Madox Brown's The Last of England and paintings by greats like Renoir and Picasso. There is also a fascinating collection of world history and oriental art.

King's College Chapel

Built between 1446 to 1515, the beautiful King's College Chapel is known for its unique Perpendicular Gothic English architecture. Its striking windows are among the finest in the world. Constructed under the supervision of renowned Gothic architect- John Wastell, it also possesses the largest fan vault. Noteworthy features of the chapel include the beautiful painting- The Adoration of the Magi by the Flemish painter- Peter Paul Rubens and the medieval stained glass. Each year hosts Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols that attracts a lot of crowd during Christmas. The celebration of this festival began in 1918 and has been growing ever since.

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