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Md. Ikbal Hossain

5 Google Rating

Like many of the colleges I believe it's only possible to visit Trinity outside normal term times. A

5/ 5

Like many of the colleges I believe it's only possible to visit Trinity outside normal term times. As of 2019 there's a very reasonable £3 entrance fee. There doesn't appear to be a price for concessions. The three main things to see are the chapel, the dining hall and the gardens which are all quite lovely and are shown in the photos.

Tom

5 Google Rating

The chapel at Trinity College is in a league if it’s own. The historic woodwork is a must see if y

5/ 5

The chapel at Trinity College is in a league if it’s own. The historic woodwork is a must see if you’re interested in woodcarving. Some of Grinling Gibbons finest work. Simply stunning!

Great Ares

5 Google Rating

Was interesting factual discussion about Medieval labour standard, Gill bought out the hall floor.

5/ 5

Was interesting factual discussion about Medieval labour standard, Gill bought out the hall floor.

Angus Hamilton

4 Google Rating

Like many of the colleges I believe it’s only possible to visit Trinity outside normal term times.

4/ 5

Like many of the colleges I believe it’s only possible to visit Trinity outside normal term times. As of 2019 there’s a very reasonable £3 entrance fee. There doesn’t appear to be a price for concessions. The three main things to see are the chapel, the dining hall and the gardens which are all quite lovely and are shown in the photos.

András Sata

2 Google Rating

Visited Oxford recently and one of our first stops was Trinity College. The sign said entry fee £2.

2/ 5

Visited Oxford recently and one of our first stops was Trinity College. The sign said entry fee £2.00 for adults yet the lady at the gate asked for £3.00. When I challenged it she rudely said “Well it’s three now because the dining hall is open”. We got no ticket or receipt to prove any of this. The £2 (£3?) gets you in and you can see some really impressive old buildings and a couple of well manicured lawns. You can visit the chapel and the dining hall, and that’s about it. We found the lack of signage and the number of buildings we could visit quite underwhelming for the price we paid There’s plenty of better (and free) colleges you can visit if you walk a little further.

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