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There are many university cities in the world, but few have been shaped by education in quite the same way as Cambridge has. That's partly because Cambridge is one of the oldest universities in the world, and also one of the best-regarded. Cambridge has been a center of learning since the Middle Ages.
From the 19th century up until modern times, many of Cambridge's students reached the town by train from London and elsewhere in the UK. It's a tradition that still continues today. Cambridge station is currently the 13th busiest in the UK, receiving nearly 12 million passengers per year.
Because Cambridge was so popular with the rich and powerful of the industrial era Britain, the town got connected to the national rail network early. The rail line to Cambridge was opened in 1845. Surprisingly, the University blocked the opening of a central rail station in Cambridge for many years. That's why the current Cambridge station lies around a mile from the center of the city. However, the rail network grew steadily through the 20th century. When a link to Stansted Airport opened in 1991, Cambridge became busier than ever. Nowadays, the station's eight platforms dispatch and receive trains to and from every major city in the UK.
Cambridge station isn’t right in the center of town, but it isn’t far away. With only a mile to travel, you can easily walk or take transit to see what the city has to offer. You won’t need to travel far from the station to begin enjoying your trip to Cambridge.
Get a workout at the Rainbow Rocket climbing center. The selection of climbing walls inside this facility will test your skills, whether you are a novice or experienced climber. Just outside Cambridge station, it's a great place to get the blood flowing after a long trip.
Learn more about the world around us at Cambridge Science Center. Also located just outside the train station, this science museum uses hands-on exhibits to explain scientific concepts in a way kids of all ages can enjoy.
Experience some tranquility at Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Covering 40 acres, the garden is home to thousands of species of plants from around the world and has been the perfect place to enjoy peace and quiet since it was opened in 1846.
Shop like a local at Cambridge's Central Market. Located in the heart of the city, this market has been taking place for over a thousand years, and remains the perfect place to shop for local produce and gifts.
Explore the world without leaving Cambridge at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Throughout the centuries, Cambridge alumni have been sending artifacts from around the world back to this museum at their alma mater. As result, this eclectic collection hosts impressive cultural artifacts from just about every corner of the globe.
London Stansted is the closest airport to Cambridge, and is around 30 miles from the city. With flights all over Europe, this airport is easily reached via a 35-minute train journey from Cambridge station.
Cambridge station is connected to London's Kings Cross and Liverpool Street train stations. The fastest trains make the journey in around 50 minutes and leave twice per hour. Trains also connect Cambridge station to just about every major city in the UK.
Hills Road, just to the south of the station, is the best place to pick up buses. Bus routes 13, 13A, and 16 take you from the station to the city center.
Cambridge is a relatively flat city, and since its plan was laid out long before cars existed, it's a very walkable one. Thanks to its wealth of historic buildings, quirky museums, pubs, and shops, walking is one of the best ways to enjoy Cambridge for yourself.
Make things easier by dropping off any heavy bags at a luggage storage service near Cambridge station. Bounce can help you find a local business that will store any number of bags for as long as you need. With your possessions safely stowed, you can enjoy the city without hassle.
King's College Chapel: This grand medieval church is known for its stained glass and its impressive vaulted ceiling, and is regarded as one of the UK's best examples of Gothic architecture. Built back in the 15th century, the chapel remains one of the city's most impressive historic monuments and is a great place to get some photos and enjoy the historic atmosphere of this ancient town.
Fitzwilliam Museum: This impressive museum contains priceless works of art by Monet, Picasso, Rubens, and other well-known artists. It also houses an archaeological collection with sarcophagi from Egypt and statues from ancient Greece and Rome. This cultural highlight is free to visit and makes the perfect rainy day attraction. You won’t be able to take large bags inside, so make sure you leave them at a luggage storage shop near Cambridge Station before you visit.
The Backs: Don't miss the chance to explore Cambridge like generations of students have at The Backs. This park gets its name from the fact that it runs along the back of many of the university's colleges. It's a great place to go for a stroll, or you could rent a boat and go punting on the river while you enjoy stunning views of the ancient colleges along the bank. To make things easier, don't forget to drop off your bags at a Cambridge luggage storage locker before you go.
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The price for luggage storage near Cambridge Station is just $6/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Cambridge Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near London Stansted Airport, Cambridge Railway Station, and River Cam and all over Cambridge.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Cambridge Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Cambridge Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Cambridge Station and in the broader Cambridge area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Cambridge Station are Tamburlaine, Tenison Towers, and Ibis Cambridge Central Station. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Cambridge Station are YMCA.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Cambridge Station are The Oak Bistro, St. Andrew's Street, and Smokeworks.
Check out the nearby The Backs, Midsummer Common, and Parker's Piece.
While nearby, you can check out Council (University of Cambridge), Fitzwilliam Museum, and Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI).