Duration: 60-90 minutes
- Times: 11 AM and 1 PM
- All you need is your computer or smartphone and a reliable internet connection
- Join others from around the world on a live and interactive tour of Cambridge’s streets and university buildings from the comfort of your own home
- A maximum of ten screens (participants) will be allowed on each tour
- £30 £20
A LIVE ACTION EXPERIENCE
If travelling to Cambridge isn’t an option right now, then our live virtual tours are just the solution you need. Let our locally-based guides bring you inside the famous colleges and university buildings via video-link technology. As you view the best that Cambridge has to offer, from its Anglo-Saxon towers and neoclassical marvels to contemporary street art, you’ll be experiencing the most exclusive parts of the university without paying any standard entrance fees. Our virtual tours bring this city and its outrageous history to life in a way you never thought possible.
THE STUDENT’S SIDE OF CAMBRIDGE
Our tours offer a unique perspective on Cambridge’s rich and riotous history that you won’t find anywhere else. This is because all of our tour guides are either graduates or current students of the University of Cambridge which means their passion for the city’s history is matched only by their knowledge and experience as an insider. Cambridge students also enjoy privileged access to the University’s accommodation halls, common rooms, dining spaces, libraries and chapels. They’ll share all of this with you on our exclusive virtual tours. Meanwhile you’ll hear what they really get up to outside of class, from partaking in mysterious ancient college traditions, to enjoying decadent May Balls and visiting the libraries that stay open 24/7. On this exclusive virtual tour your guide will use online technology to bring you behind the college walls and into their daily life as a student.
Our classic 90-minute Cambridge tour is limited to 10 participants and covers some of the following highlights: Trinity Hall College, Trinity College, The Wren Library, Corpus Christi College, Pembroke College, Queens’ College, King’s College backs, Clare College, The Senate House, Gonville and Caius College, St Catherine’s College, Great St Mary’s Church, The Eagle Pub, The Corpus Clock, The Round Church, famous town stories, and more…