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Situated off the A14 (Junction 25) on the B1050, the Park lies one mile beyond Willingham Village.
Cambridge: Youll need more than a day to take in all the sights of the famous University City, whether its the Kings College Chapel, the Bridge of Sighs, Grantchester, touring the back of the colleges in a punt on the river or a hundred and one other interesting sights. Huntingdon: Once the home of Oliver Cromwell and Samuel Pepys. Ely: A beautiful City with its famous Cathedral St. Ives: An historic market town on the Great Ouse river famous for its 15th Century river-bridge and chapel. Hilton: A charming little village with a fascinating 17th Century turf maze. Duxford: The Imperial War Museums magnificent collection of aircraft Newmarket: A busy little town with nice shopping and cheap parking, not to mention the home of Flat Racing and Horse Museumyear.
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