Many of Cambridgeshire’s attractions can be found close to Stow-cum-quy, making it a smart choice as a place to base yourself during your visit. Anglesey Abbey and Parker's Piece are amongst the best places to explore here. If you have time, don’t miss Jesus Green and the Grand Arcade Shopping Centre.
Vacationers in Stow-cum-quy, looking for something different, will appreciate the nearby museums and theaters. Step inside the many fascinating galleries and collections such as Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, Kettle's Yard and the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences. Book seats for a lively show at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in Cambridge, the Cambridge Arts Theatre and the ADC Theatre.
There are many natural gifts here as well, so don’t miss the chance to get outdoors. There are some pleasant green escapes, so take a picnic blanket to Fellows Garden in Cambridge and the University Botanic Gardens. Hike around in the Wandlebury Country Park in Cambridge.
While you are here, stop at the nearby local attractions such as Cambridge Castle in Cambridge, Wren Library and Pepys Library. These are much-loved by locals and tourists alike. Whatever your religious background, you'll appreciate the peaceful atmosphere at sacred places like the King's College Chapel in Cambridge, the Round Church Visitor Centre and the Church of St Mary the Great.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy, visit the various stores at the Cambridge Market Square in Cambridge.
Sports fans who are into soccer should visit iconic Abbey Stadium, Cambridge, the home of local favorites the Cambridge United F.C. and the Cambridge Regional College F.C.. Relive the match’s highlights over a few drinks with local fans after the full-time siren blows in one of the nearby watering holes.
At the end of a day taking in the sights around Stow-cum-quy, stay the night at one of the area’s hotels or serviced apartments. Make reservations for the Cambridge City Hotel, the University Arms Hotel, or the Holiday Inn Express Cambridge.