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This is a lovely little walk to enjoy small garden areas as you head towards the college building which is next to the cathedral. There is a nice grassy spot that toddlers can run around with a couple of benches and a view of the...More
Brief visit on a savagely cold late February day, but it was a joy to walk round the quads and through to the bridge over the Cam and the gardens beyond. Lovely buildings and a beautifully understated chapel, with a stunning tower ceiling just inside...More
a great way to get into the old centre of Cambridge by walking through the grounds of Clare College from The Backs and walking over the river bridge with punts passing under coming out at the back of the Senate building.
Everyone has seen photos of "Kings college", but in nearly all of them you will also see Clare college's Old Court to the left of Kings chapel, when viewed from the River Cam. The second oldest of the Cambridge colleges, Clare has glorious gardens and...More
It was a delight to enter Cambridge's second oldest college. We entered it from the Backs and explored the beautiful gardens at leisure. We then crossed Clare bridge ( the oldest in Cambridge ) and walked towards the superb chapel with its amazing ceiling.
A little gem. Everyone goes to Kings. Try Clare. The chapel is delightful and hall imposing. Gardens are delightful and there can be little better view of the punts drifting down the Cam than from Clare Bridge - a photo opp in itself.