What a lovely visit. Such history love the UK. Beautiful grounds nice and accessible worth the 2.00 GBP entrance. Nice way to spend time
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After viewing the Chapel with the sculptures of, amongst others, Newton and Tennyson but without being able to access the stated Benjamin West painting of St. Michael Binding Satan, the grounds and exterior facades of the buildings are the only elements of and around the...More
I'd love to tell you about what I saw at Trinity, but I can't, as I wasn't allowed in. The college had an unannounced closing, for at least 3 days. Despite the fact that this was the college I most wanted to see, as a...More
Toured a few colleges. Very different from U.S. colleges. Don't walk on the lawn. There are plenty of signs. We were fortunate to have a group dinner at a different college. Trinity and a few other famous colleges are worth touring.
The Trinity is a must stop. The most expensive and most reputable College in Cambridge. The main court is specially suggestive. Do not forget to visit the impressive library.
This is the largest & richest college of the Univ. of Cambridge and was founded by King Henry VIII (1491-1547) in 1546. The main entrance is the crenelated Great Gate w/ two castle like towers & a statue of Henry VIII topping the doorway that...More
A must visit attraction if you go to Cambridge. This looks like something out of a movie set. The history is amazing. Beautiful architecture.
We walked to Trinity College, one of the many prestigious and beautiful colleges that make up the University of Cambridge, and went into the Wren Library. Amazing place with lots of old books (still used by the students for research). Also had an original copy...More
You used to be able to wander at will, but I guess people abused the privilege. We found on this visit that we were shepherded through the experience and had to miss out on some favourite nooks and crannies. Still, it is a hugely impressive...More
This place is a hidden gem of a college. So many famous minds have studied here, and the courtyard is beautiful. It's just £3.00 to get in which is a great alternative to the more expensive tours if you are on a budget and want...More