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National Trust Properties

Discover more near Cambridge - Distinctive fenland landscapes, grand houses, lush farmland and a myriad of waterways, cycle paths and wildlife to explore.


Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill 

Anglesey Abbey is a Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill

Whether you're keen to learn about history, go on a scavenger hunt, or want to burn off some energy, Anglesey Abbey has something for everyone.

With around 114 acres of garden, set in fantastic countryside scenery, there's a walk for everyone at Anglesey Abbey. Whether you've got half an hour or a full day, come and discover something new. 

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Wimpole Estate 

A working estate still guided by the seasons, with an impressive mansion, parkland, gardens and Home Farm

Marvel at the architecture of the largest country house in Cambridgeshire. See the spectacular Yellow Drawing Room and unusual plunge bath plus a fascinating glimpse of life below stairs.

View the colourful formal Parterre, take a walk through the Pleasure Grounds along the Explorer Pathway, meandering your way to the Walled Garden surrounded by herbaceous borders and fruit trees. 

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Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

Wicken Fen is The National Trust's oldest nature reserve, and England's most famous fen.

Explore the Cambridgeshire Fens on two or three wheels. Enjoy an easy family ride, off-road adventure or take the Lodes Way to Anglesey Abbey.

There's plenty of cycling to enjoy from short family rides to off-road adventures. They have a range of cycles, trikes, cycles fitted with trailers or tags, and even a tandem for hire.

Enjoy a peaceful cruise along beautiful Wicken Lode on the electric boat the 'Mayfly'. Trips operate 16 March - 27 October, up to 4 times daily in peak periods. 

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Houghton Mill and Waterclose Meadows

An impressive working 18th-century watermill and campsite, Houghton Mill is the last surviving mill on the River Great Ouse able to produce stone ground flour from a water-powered wheel.

Experience the sights, sounds and smells of this historic building in action. 

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