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We began our walking tour of Queens College from the mathematical bridge and went to a formal party in the old hall which dates to the early 1400s. Erasmus is a famous graduate and Queens College was founded by two different Queens.
Booked B & B at Queens College as
attending an evening event in Hall.
We stayed in the old part of the College (T Block). Great authentic stay in twin bed room - spacious study area and en suite shower room. Very clean , lovely...More
My daughter & son-in-law both went there and 20 years later got married there. Fantastic historic buildings and a wonderful ceremony and reception. Well worth a visit even if you aren't getting married!
college a gem, lovely buildings, cloisters and courtyards, splendid old dining hall, okay chapel, “mathematical bridge” over river Cam. Riverside walk, sat and watched punts full of foreign tourists. Good find.
When I walked in the reception area, the receptionist approached me (as he should, I understand), but not on the most polite way. A reception is the face of any company, organization, etc. I asked if I could visit the mathematical bridge and he replied...More