Trinity College, Cambridge

4.4
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Educational Site
Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. Trinity is the largest of the 31 Colleges that are part of the University of Cambridge with around 600 undergraduates, 300 postgraduates and over 180 Fellows. For further information about Trinity College please visit http://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/
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  • Very pleasant to walk round and we were lucky enough to hear the choir practising when in the chapel. You can walk round the back near the river which is lovely.  more »
  • We went on Sunday and paid 3pounds to enter but all the buildings were closed to visitors apart from the Chapel. The fountain and the view from the garden was stunning and also the small Chapel was...  more »
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  • For just £3 you get to walk round the beautiful grounds of one of Cambridge's college. Some great architecture and wonderful greenery, bridges going over the river cam to watch the people punting. When in the early evening and the colours are just spectacular.
  • I was expecting to see way more than just some green common area. You probably need to raise the price and give a better experience or you can just close it completely to tourists. Also it’s not possible to pay in cash and there is no receipt.

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