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All reviews wren library isaac newton winnie the pooh henry viii main court nobel laureates lots of history choral evensong the river great history open to the public dining hall chapel college students gravity visitors
If you get the opportunity to attend Choral Evensong, then do. It was a highlight of our Cambridge visit. The Chapel is simply stunning & the sound of the choristers quite mesmerising. It’s free to attend but a donation is expected. Check the website for...More
We have visited Cambridge on several occasions when the colleges have been closed. The reason is never explained outside, except when graduation ceremonies are taking place.
Visiting on a Friday, we saw that St John's and Trinity were open and we opted for Trinity. The...More
Very nice college in the centre of Cambridge. Centre of attraction for tourists. One of the richest colleges in the UK who really look after their students.
The courtyards are relaxing to walk in and bring back memories of student days.
Would recommend a visit...More
The best part of your visit will undoubtedly be the church and display of past students and teachers from Trinity. This college has produced more luminaries than any other Cambridge college and the church service area is spectacular
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I usually park in one of the side roads on the left side of Huntingdon Road on the way into Cambridge (Oxford Rd or Richmond Rd). It's then about 10-15 mins walk to Magdalene Bridge. From there you can hire a punt or walk... More
I usually park in one of the side roads on the left side of Huntingdon Road on the way into Cambridge (Oxford Rd or Richmond Rd). It's then about 10-15 mins walk to Magdalene Bridge. From there you can hire a punt or walk past St Johns, Trinity etc towards Kings Parade.