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Admire the jewel in King's College's crown

The chapel at King's College Cambridge is one of the most impressive and breathtaking examples of historic architecture in the country. The late-Gothic building dates back to the late 15th and early 16th centuries, and was built by a succession of kings while the War of the Roses raged on. These days it serves as the symbol of the city of Cambridge and is a major attraction for visitors.

Enjoy music, art and more at King's

As well as the stunning architecture - which makes it worth visiting at any time - there are regular choir concerts, organ recitals and the Concerts at King's series, which sees a variety of ensembles and orchestras including The King's Singers, Philharmonia Chorus and BBC Singers and Concert Orchestra stage performances at the Chapel. There's also an Art Centre which regularly hosts great exhibitions.

Explore chilled Cambridge

There's plenty to do in the city of Cambridge, meaning it's worth turning your day out into a short break. The Imperial War Museum Duxford houses more than 200 tanks, planes and boats, the Fitzwilliam Museum has a huge array of classical artefacts from Asian pottery and coins to paintings, and the Nearby Ely Cathedral is simply magnificent. Or you could just take a calming trip down the River Cam. Planning a trip to King's College Chapel? With Travelodge Cambridge Newmarket Road Hotel, Travelodge Cambridge Orchard Park Hotel and Travelodge Cambridge Central Hotel to choose from, you'll be spoiled for choice.