Addenbrooke's Hospital - a renowned place of learning
Originally founded in 1766, Cambridge's Addenbrooke's Hospital is internationally famous as a teaching hospital. It moved to its current venue in 1976, and has strong affiliations to the University of Cambridge. The hospital covers a wide range of services and is recognised as a Major Trauma Centre. Based in one of the most famous cities in the country, there are many cultural highpoints close by.
Punting on the river Cam - the only way to travel in Cambridge
Travelling by punt on the River Cam is one of the city's most famous traditions, and should be top of any visitor's list of things to do. Cambridge Punt Company offer tours that pass by many of Cambridge's most famous buildings, and can provide picnics, refreshments and even balloons if somebody is celebrating their birthday.
Step into the past at Museum of Cambridge
4 miles from Addenbrooke's Hospital, the Museum of Cambridge is a great way to find out more about one of the most historically fascinating cities in the UK. Housed in a half-timber-framed building dating back to the early 17th century, the museum is full of intriguing objects dating back to the middle ages.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Cambridge? Travelodge Cambridge Central Hotel is the perfect spot and you can be there from Addenbrooke's in 8 minutes. Or there's Travelodge Cambridge Newmarket Road Hotel, a mere 14 minute drive.