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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
When I visited Cambridge in early June it was exam time so most of the colleges were closed to visitors, including Queens'. However, visitors were still allowed to attend the Sunday Evensong here and by doing this my friend and I were allowed a quick...More
An amazing place to visit on the campus of the University of Cambridge, and one of the older ones, founded in 1448. The beautiful buildings are built in the old Tudor style of architecture, and are located on both sides of the River Cam (where...More
Built in 1446 on Queen's land, the college was endowed in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry VI and again by Elizabeth Woodville, queen of Edward IV in 1465. That I guess explains the name. The college has some great Tudor buildings and...More
I am biased of course as I have been here lots of times, but it really is a charming place with really old sections as well as more modern ones, situated on both sides of the river, connected by the famous Mathematical bridge; it is...More