Discover the lifestyle Constellation Park has to offer you…
Today Wicken Fen, is one of Europe’s most important wetlands home to over 9000 recorded species including many rare species of plants, birds and dragonflies.
Throughout the year there’s an amazing array of wildlife to see and hear, from booming bitterns and cuckoos in spring, rare orchids and dragonfly’s in summer, to hen harriers and short-eared owls in winter.
The Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology at the University of Cambridge has world class collections of archaeology, anthropology and photography from around the world.
Marvel at the architecture of the largest country house in Cambridgeshire. See the spectacular Yellow Drawing Room and unusual plunge bath plus a fascinating glimpse of life below stairs.
Bourn Golf and Leisure is set in a wonderful rural location, yet only 8 miles from Cambridge, with ample parking and none of the stress of city traffic. Proudly one of the most challenging golf courses in Cambridgeshire.
A Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill. Lord Fairhaven bought Anglesey Abbey in 1926 and gifted it to the National Trust in 1966.
An outstanding 16th-century stone dovecote and stable building, enjoy the tranquil setting nestled alongside Willington church. Home to over 1,500 resident pigeons, a nesting site for barn owls and kestrels, the dovecote is a great spot for bird-watching.