Welcome to the social side of the Biocuration conference. Along with our conference dinner in an historic college (to be announced!), there are plenty of other opportunities to socialise in Cambridge.
Below we highlight some of the local sights, bars and restaurants so you can arrange your stay here in Cambridge. In addition, we have also teamed up with a few local tour operators to provide you with some tour discounts. Read on to find out more...
A map of bars, pubs and restaurants in Cambridge will be added to this page soon. It is by no means exhaustive but gives the location of a few nice restaurants and pubs (such as The Eagle on Bene't Street) that are well worth a visit. In addition, we will highlight the college where the conference dinner will take place, and some of the other local attractions.
Guided Walking Tour of Cambridge
As part of your experience at Biocuration 2019, we are delighted to be able to offer you a walking tour of Cambridge city centre. Costing £14 ( roughly €16 or $19), this 90 minute tour will cover some of the main sights of Cambridge city centre.
The tour will include (but is not limited to):
- St John's College
- Trinity College
- Gonville and Caius College
- Great St Mary's Church/Senate House/Old Schools
- King's College and King's College Chapel
- The Eagle Pub
- The Old Cavendish Laboratory and New Museums site.
- Pembroke College
- St Botolph's Church/Pitt Building
Registration for this tour will open at a later date.
Cambridge is famous for punting and whether you want to have a go yourself, or be given a guided tour by your own puntsman, Scudamores Punting Company has it covered. We have arranged a discounted group rate of £12 per person for a 45 minute chauffeured tour (12 people per punt) and £14.50 per person for a 60 minute tour. If you fancy doing it yourself, a self-hire punt costs £30 per hour and can hold six people. Find out more about hiring a punt.
Cambridge Bike Tour
What better way to see Cambridge than like a local? A city bike tour costs £20. Find out more about bike tours.
Cambridge Food Tour
Photo by Duncan Hall: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dullhunk/4046903067
Learn that British food doesn't always mean fish and chips. A 3 hour tour costs £50. More information can be found here: https://cambridgefoodtour.com/food-tours/.