Cambridge with Kids | Where to go in just 24hrs
The essence of road schooling is to experience places at first hand, to try and stimulate questions from the girls, to draw out thoughts on why things are as they are, and to then have the confidence to express this learning (or the inevitable questions that follow). So here’s how we got on in the centrepiece of English learning in Cambridge.
Every city should have Something special
The chapel has intricate carvings, stunning stained glass window and an organ that will draw a gasp of amazement! Its history includes housing Cromwell’s troops in the Civil War yet was never bombed in the Second World War as Hitler believed the place to be too beautiful to be ruined… it’s amazing to think it’s been there since AD43!!
Looking for lunch? We tried Wagamma
But everyone visits Cambridge to see it by punt don’t they?
If you enjoy Maritime Law, one of Cambridge’s most iconic colleges ‘Trinity Hall will excite… it’s almost certainly built like a ship when viewed from the exterior , or if you prefer perfect symmetry then St John’s facade will be the one for you. Or if you like mathematical genius then the wooden bridge may well be the one for you….
Something for everyone… it’s full of quirky facts to learn
Summary Need to escape for a few days? Want to compare weekend breaks to top cities such as Bordeaux, Rome or Copenhagen? Does your family love to explore new cities too? Do you also think that city breaks aren't just for adults and are a great way to learn, relax and bond as a family. If so, grab a seat, make yourself comfortable & discover some of the favourite 'family friendly' cities we've visited in our 700+ day European Roadtrip