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Founded by Henry VIII, it was the grandest and richest in its day... but now they charge a fee just to visit the grounds and a couple of buildings (rich no longer hah!) ... The quad was as manicured as it has been. And yes,...More
We booked the 3pm tour from the Tourist Info office and had an excellent 90-min tour round two colleges: Trinity (the largest) and St. Johns. We had a good guide (Johnny) and it cost £18 each (over 60) and that included entry to the colleges...More
Trinity college is one of the best five colleges in the University of Cambridge. On the day of our visit, it was the Bank Holiday Monday and only the magnificent Court is open to the public and it is free! The Newton's apple tree in...More
Although the chapel of Trinity college is closed for renovations, it is free to walk around the grounds. Numbers are strictly controlled, so go at a time that is likely to be least busy as you have to queue at the entrance and be admitted...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... 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.