There are plenty of reasons to visit and things to do in Cambridge at any time of the year. This wonderful City has something for everyone - with plenty of things to see and do to keep the whole family entertained. So why not come and discover our top reasons to visit Cambridge in July - and hopefully enjoy some wonderful sunny weather whilst you're here!
Kicked off with a firework display and culminating with the Tour de France, the Big Weekend 2014 will be better than ever. Saturday’s family-friendly day features music, sports and a French market, and Sunday celebrates international music and culture.
The much-anticipated Cambridge leg of the Tour de France has inspired a range of events across the city, as well as the main event on Monday 7th July when the race sets off from Parkers Piece. See the full programme for details of bike rides, exhibitions and more.
‘A new and exciting way to discover modern sculpture in Cambridge’: a series of three walking trails to take in the best of publically accessible art around the city. Trail 3 (West Cambridge) leads you around the area close to Hotel Felix.
The celebrated annual event returns with a fantastic line-up of some of the bard’s best plays, all acted in stunning college garden locations. This year’s offerings include Richard II in Downing College Gardens and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in King’s College Gardens.
With a Ladies Day and Gentlemen’s Day followed by the July Cup Day, the July festival promises to be a thrilling event for all fans of horseracing and the occasional flutter!
See amazing flying displays from the likes of The Breitling Super Constellation and The Flying Bulls and explore the Vintage Village.
With ‘26 shows over 6 days’ your sides are sure to split this summer. Featuring Simon Amstell, Jo Caulfield and Comedy Club 4 Kids there’s something to get everyone laughing.
See local artists as they display their work in their studios. Check out the full programme to discover some of the finest talent in the region.
This year the theme is the Great War, and the programme includes events at the Fitzwilliam Museum, King’s College Chapel and the Robinson Theatre. Whether you’re keen for choirs or a fan of organs, you’ll be sure to enjoy this summer of music.
Broadway comes to Cambridge as Cole Porter’s famous musical, featuring songs such as ‘I Get a Kick Out of You’, is performed at the ADC theatre. The ‘S.S. American’ sets sail this July and you’ll want to be on board!