St John’s College located at St John’s College, St John’s Street, Cambridge CB2 1TP, UK

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Alina Baxter

5 Google Rating

Great location. Helpful staff. Great for pictures and history. Share with friends.

5/ 5

Great location. Helpful staff. Great for pictures and history. Share with friends.

Mark Purssey

5 Google Rating

I was very lucky as a boy to be able see inside the college dorm rooms and inside some of physics la

5/ 5

I was very lucky as a boy to be able see inside the college dorm rooms and inside some of physics labs and offices. (My aunt was a cleaner) I was able to see the atomic models made by the professors and students. This inspired me to study physics in later life. It seems such a shame that the public are not allowed to visit and enjoy sights and smells (yes smells, all of the wood is highly polished and overwhelms you with the smell of Johnsons wax) of the college and see and feel the history.

CloseOcean45

3 Google Rating

One of the porters is not friendly, told us off the bridge even though all 5 of us were uni students

3/ 5

One of the porters is not friendly, told us off the bridge even though all 5 of us were uni students. Buttery food not nice. View (new court) etc is nice. Cripps building good.

Manthan Raja

5 Google Rating

Nice grand building !

5/ 5

Nice grand building !

sudhakar sharma

5 Google Rating

Beautiful architecture, I didn’t get chance to get inside due to COVID but from exterior view i mu

5/ 5

Beautiful architecture, I didn’t get chance to get inside due to COVID but from exterior view i must say it’s must visiting place in Cambridge . The college's alumni comprise the winners of 12 Nobel Prizes (including physicists Paul Dirac, Roger Penrose and Max Born, the latter having been affiliated with the college in the 1930s), seven prime ministers and 12 archbishops of various countries, at least two princes and three saints.

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