Cambridgeshire is full of wonderful stately homes, including the Wimpole Estate, all of which are perfect to visit this Easter bank holiday.

If you're not sure how to spend this long Easter weekend, it may be worth paying a visit to one of the many estates in our county.

Take a look down below at some of the estates that we're lucky enough to have in Cambridgeshire, and see if you fancy visiting any over the Easter weekend. 

Wimpole Estate

The Wimpole Estate is a well known attraction in Cambridgeshire, perhaps for its historic house, gardens and parkland.

There is a 17th century mansion on the estate, as well as a wildlife all around the grounds and different trails to walk round.

There's lots of family-friendly activities to do on the estate and many great sights to take in. 

Whether you fancy an outdoor walk round the gardens or an indoor history lesson in Wimpole Hall, this could definitely be a contender for a bank holiday trip.

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Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill

Anglesey Abbey is a Jacobean-style house, open to the public, with sprawling gardens and a woodland play area.

The Abbey was once owned by Lord Fairhaven, who built the estate from the ground up. 

Now, guests can wander round inside and take a look at the furniture, books and paintings.

Outside, there's a winter garden, a rose garden, a formal garden a dahlia garden.

Children can play there over Easter in the treehouse, the balance beams or at the den-building area.

For more information about Anglesey Abbey, click here.

Oliver Cromwell's House

Cambridgeshire residents will be very familiar with Oliver Cromwell's House, located in Ely.

However, it's still worth a trip over the Easter bank holiday.

The house is fit with Cromwellian history, including a Civil War Exhibition, interactive displays and interpretations, and even escape rooms.

This would be a great day out over the long weekend. Find out more here.

Peckover House and Garden

This hidden gem can be found in Wisbech, and is a house that once belonged to the Peckover family.

The family were staunch Quakers, and wandering round their old house will give you the chance to see how they lived their life.

There is also a walled garden at the house with a variety of roses, as well as orange trees.

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Houghton Mill

Houghton Mill is tucked away in Huntingdonshire and is an 18th century watermill.

The Mill is still working, and has three floors of traditional machinery and milling demonstrations for families to learn and enjoy.

There's also a tea room at the Mill and walking routes to St Ives, Huntingdon and Godmanchester.

There's lots of options to have a great day out at Houghton Mill, so why not head over.

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