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Before Newton and Darwin, Milton and Lewis, before the Colleges and the University... the Round Church in Cambridge was built. Start at the second oldest building in the city to learn about the history of Cambridge through a 25 minute film and an...more
Very informative and interesting. Jon was our guide. He does the tours on Thursdays. He is knowledgeable and very accommodating as we had two small children with us. So much fascinating history that you wouldn't get touring on your own.
The Old Round Church is worth a side trip if you happen to be in the area. Richmond is a very nice old New England town. The Old Round Church is a scenic spot for a wedding-- and everyone seems to know it. In the...More
Located in the city centre, Round Church is the oldest church in Cambridge and in top 5 of England. This place is suitable for people who wants to find out more about Medieval architecture and Cambridge heritages.
I quite fancied a look inside this very old and unusual church but the entry fee put me off. It was only £2.50 but as we were walking past on our way to other attractions it stopped me from nipping in for a quick look...More
Recently re-roofed and refurbished, this little gem of a building stands on the edge of the central shopping area of Cambridge and offers a cool and inviting oasis on a hot day to sit and meditate. A warm and welcoming place.
It was empty when we arrived which is nice.
No excursion groups pushing you aside.
The whole history of Cambridge in a nutshell and reads away quickly.
The church is beautifull and so is its history.
Its excellent to visit the centre before you venture...More
This is a stunning crusader church built by Knights Templar around 1130, inspired by the Church of the holy sepulchre in Jerusalem. Think da Vinci Code. It's tiny but lovely. The video, though, while claiming to be about the history of Cambridge was actually thinly...More
Was well worth a visit although very small it is very unusual in its rondal shape. Also gave an opportunity to take photographs of the two reindeers in a stall and santa's sleigh which were in front of the church entrance. Very pleasant young lady...More