Combine our 90-minute graduate-led college walking tour and 45-minute punting tour. In addition, you have the option to include entry to King’s College Chapel when you select that ticket option.
Cambridge Combined Punting & Walking Tours
Tailored to your needs and objectives your private combined graduate-led walking tour & punting tour can be completely personalised, visiting your specific places of interest.
In addition to our classic tour route, you may alternatively choose from a selection of themed walking tours.
Get in touch by email to explain your tour requirements and we will do the rest!
Cambridge Walking Tours
Marvel at some of the greatest examples of Gothic and Neoclassical architecture in the world. Inspiring, baffling, and downright outrageous: Cambridge is a city full of stories waiting to be told.
Tailored to your needs and objectives, our private tour can be completely personalised by visiting your specific places of interest or choosing from our selection of themed tours. Alternatively, you may choose to stick with our classic 90-minute tour route.
Cambridge Punting Tours
If you don’t feel like sharing why not hire your very own private punt? Your expert punt chauffeur will show you 8 colleges and 9 bridges over 50 minutes while providing a detailed historical tour.
Your guide is on hand throughout to answer any questions and give you his sole attention ensuring your satisfaction.
Buy refreshments at the punt station then relax as you glide along the college backs.
Harry Potter tours
Cambridge Ghost tours
In just an hour, go in search of ghosts and the supernatural stories of Cambridge. See where Wordsworth made ghost spotting scientific, find the origin of the phrase ‘the skeleton in the cupboard’, and hear about the modern ghost story that made the national press.
Explore one of the most haunted cities in the country and find out about the gruesome things that happened long ago.
Discover the history of the LGBTQIA+ community in Cambridge on this tour, from the lives of famous queer alumni who accomplished major political milestones, to stories of residents who experienced the vibrant nightlife of the ’70s.
This tour covers the key role Cambridge played in education for women and women’s suffrage, as well as considering some of the tremendous women who have been associated with the city.
In just an hour and a half, walk through a thousand years of human history: from an Anglo-Saxon church tower to a contemporary (and controversial) clock that doesn’t even tell the time properly.
Find us in Cambridge outside King’s College on King’s Parade Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, or in Oxford at the red telephone box at 11-12 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AS. We’re in the royal blue uniforms.