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Trinity College

31 Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1TB, England
+44 1223 338400
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Founded in 1546 by Henry VIII, this college boasts the famous apple tree that prompted Isaac Newton to develop his theory of gravity.
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31 Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1TB, England
+44 1223 338400
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I was especially eager to visit Cambridge University's Trinity College, as my 11th Great-Grandfather, Adam Loftus, matriculated from it in the early 1550's. Like so many of Trinity's students he excelled in later years - appointed Archbishop of Dublin and later Lord Chancellor of Ireland,...More

Thank Denny S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Trinity college is one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Cambridge and not too crowded. Don't forget to visit Wren Library because it has a unique atmosphere.

Thank jmx2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Impressive, beautiful building, full of history and well kept. We were told that Isaac Newton discovered gravity here, in this college. Unfortunately the Wren library was closed when we paid visit to the college.

Thank Buba J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Heart stopping for any book lover. A very special place with very special books. Amazing to see authors comments in the margins of such famous books. Moving. Must see at Cambridge.

Thank Sharon E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank Shazakiwi
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

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

Thank davidmpaton
Reviewed 10 July 2017

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

Thank Kathleen E S F
Reviewed 4 July 2017

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.

Thank Ryan T
Reviewed 27 June 2017

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.

Thank Cas_Fernan
Reviewed 15 June 2017

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

Thank T-Bird1974
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Response from Liz H | Reviewed this property |
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