Sunday lunch at The Eagle Pub, Cambridge

If one of your new decade's resolutions is to enrich your life with more history and culture, alongside travelling more and exploring traditions, a good place to start would be at The Eagle in Cambridge.

Two minutes away from the grounds of King's College you will find one of the most talked about pubs in the city, famous for being the home of the DNA revelation - in 1953, it was at The Eagle that Francis Crick announced that James Watson and himself had 'discovered the secret of life'.

But The Eagle is also adored for its links to the RAF, not only in its walls, rather all over its walls (and ceiling). In its RAF Bar you will find yourself surrounded by graffiti written by World War II airmen.

And its Britishness and culture extends to its food too - of course you will find a traditional Sunday lunch on its menu!

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