Located in surroundings rich in culture and leisure opportunities, Huntingdonshire offers something for everyone.
From the nearby internationally acclaimed City of Cambridge with its vibrant nightlife, theatres, science and literacy festivals, to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford; from the stately homes of Wimpole and Anglesey Abbey to the shopping centres of Peterborough – the region is well placed to entertain.
At the heart of this is the district’s stunning countryside and Big Sky!. Huntingdonshire’s rivers, countryside parks, nature reserves, fenland habitats, lakes and meadows all mean you are never more than a few minutes away from escaping the pace of modern life.
The County's pub of the year, continental and farmers markets, an annual food and drink festival, riverside restaurants, and the acclaimed Hotel Chocolat factory outlet, all ensure that Huntingdonshire provides a range of high quality food and drink destinations.
Complimenting this is an array of family activities from established village regattas, regular horse race meetings, 1940’s Weekends, Dragon Boat racing, a Zoo and Raptor Centre.
The District also hosts five leisure centres, all with an array of activities and further details can be found here
The list of things to do is never ending.