King’s College located at King’s Parade, Cambridge CB2 1ST, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 331100

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Michael McDowell

5 Google Rating

Absolutely beautiful. My daughter will be studying at Kings College and I'm proud and jealous. This

5/ 5

Absolutely beautiful. My daughter will be studying at Kings College and I'm proud and jealous. This was a chance to have a look at the college and chapel. Access is really to the chapel and outer grounds leading to the Cam River. Not sure if these restrictions are permanent or because this is Freshers week. But the chapel is spectacular I couldn't take my eyes off the fanned ceiling. If you visit Cambridge this has to be on your list.

robert burgess

5 Google Rating

A Must see stunning architecture. If u are interested in history or fancy a day out Cambridge is rec

5/ 5

A Must see stunning architecture. If u are interested in history or fancy a day out Cambridge is recommended.

Rachel Walters

4 Google Rating

Such a beautiful place, gardens by the river. Entry fee is a little bit overpriced. There are no toi

4/ 5

Such a beautiful place, gardens by the river. Entry fee is a little bit overpriced. There are no toilets available though.

Sheila Hutchings

5 Google Rating

Fabulous place, lovely staff, food wonderful. Everything superb 👌

5/ 5

Fabulous place, lovely staff, food wonderful. Everything superb 👌

Katie Seales

5 Google Rating

Beautiful architecture and lovely for an afternoon stroll.

5/ 5

Beautiful architecture and lovely for an afternoon stroll.

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