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All reviews christopher wren trumpington street walk round the grounds oasis of peace prime minister porters' lodge small chapel dining hall open to the public free entry steeped in history fitzwilliam museum library pews courtyard college graffiti
Free entry into the two co-joined quads and chapel.
Plenty of seats so one can relax and soak up the atmosphere.
My wife immediately wanted to return to college to study!
Just wander around looking at the building details and admire the plants and gardens.
The college is open to the public with free entry which is a surprise to us since other colleges are charging £10 for an adult. In fact, this college is as superior as other ones. I believe it is one of the top five colleges...More
Well, understandably the more famous Colleges charge entry or deny entry as the day takes them. With the thousands of visitors in the town in the summer there is a danger that they become swamped with tourists. We found Pembroke College on our way to...More
Lovely college where you can appreciate architecture through the ages. Very serene. Only chapel was open to visitors, so unfortunately did not get to see library, although said you could book appointment.
Unlike some of the colleges there was no entry fee. We were able to really get the feel of college life. It included access to the Chapel, a peep into the dining hall (very Harry Potterish) which was set up for a formal dinner, as...More