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Cambridge Shopping

Cambridge is a lively vibrant and attractive city. There is always plenty going on, so enjoy your day exploring the mix of top quality high street brands and unique, independent stores and boutiques which Cambridge has to offer and you will be guaranteed to find exactly what you are looking for.

Hotels near the center of Cambridge
St Matthews Apartments from £100.00
Fruittrees Serviced Apartment from £100.00
Onety-One Apartments from £84.00
Camstay Riverside from £142.80
Red Apartments from £165.00
 

The Grafton

With a wide selection of over 70 shops, eating and entertainment venues, the Grafton is the ideal place to shop, eat and be entertained. Take a break in one of the many eateries to suit every taste from Italian cuisine to muffins and spicy Mexican food. If you are looking for something different, then why not explore Eden Hall's specialist stores, to pick up alternative items. The Grafton is very easy to get to, with an award-winning Park & Ride service from each major road with thousands of parking spaces. Open seven days a week, it is easy to see why it was recently voted Cambridge's Best Shopping Place by the general public.

 

Lion Yard

Located right in the heart of Cambridge, ideally situated between the famous Petty Cury, the market and the bus station, the centre is fully pedestrianised and accessible for the whole family. Lion Yard is a modern indoor shopping centre boasting over 40 stores and even a library. With so many shops to choose from and so much on offer, you’re sure to find a bargain.

Jesus Lane Shopping Forum
A maze of small, independent stores that attracts both locals and tourists who are looking for something a little bit different. Situated in Jesus Lane, seconds away from the Park Street car park or the Bridge Street Park & Ride stop, it is the perfect place to find that individual gift or to treat yourself to retail therapy that is definitely unique. From shoes and fashion to handmade jewellery, gifts and antiques as well as frothy cappuccinos, Jesus Lane is certainly something different.

Bradwell’s Court
Linking St Andrews Street with Drummer Street Bus Station, Bradwell’s Court is small but perfectly placed. It houses a variety of high street stores including Argos, JJB Sports and Specsavers. There’s health food from Holland & Barrett as well as the Baker’s Oven, a book store and a Laser Quest arena.

 

Cambridge Markets

At the heart of Cambridge City Centre is Cambridge Market. It's the city's vibrant trading hub, bursting with character, charm and variety. The market is open seven days a week and includes a Sunday Farmer's/ Arts & Crafts Market where you can sample local produce and artwork. All Saints Garden Art & Craft Market is a tree- shaded haven on St John's Street. You will find over 30 stalls of beautiful, affordable arts and crafts whose motto, 'we make what we sell', guarantees quality and individuality.