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Stop At: Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge CB2 1JE England
Cambridge is famous for its university, currently one of the best in the world, and its scientists. It is the town where: the atom was first split, where the structure of DNA was discovered, where Charles Darwin developed the theory of evolution, where Newton developed his theory of gravity, where the order of human DNA was first discovered, where the electron and neutron were discovered, where Stephen Hawking of black-hole fame used to live and work. It has been home to some of the great thinkers of the last 500 years.
Cambridge is small and the historic town centre can only be visited on-foot - no vehicles are allowed. Expect to walk for most or all of your visit. Better still, spend an hour on the river - easily the best way to see the beauty of Cambridge. There are no hills in the centre of town.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Woburn Abbey and Gardens, Milton Keynes, Woburn MK17 9WA England
Step inside the family home of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford and explore nearly 500 years of one family's history. There are 24 rooms to explore, each with its own story to tell. Discover a unique art collection, a treasury of silver, porcelain and fine English and French furniture.
Stroll through 28 acres of award-winning, beautiful, historic gardens. When the 6th Duke inherited Woburn he commissioned Humphry Repton, the famous landscape gardener, to produce designs to improve the gardens and park. Now over 200 years later, enjoy the most realised Repton landscape.
The Deer Park
A visit to Woburn Abbey includes the spectacular drive through the extensive deer park. There are 9 species to spot as you drive through the Repton designed landscape.
Duration: 2 hours