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Queens' College

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Silver Street, Cambridge CB3 9ES, England
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Margaret of Anjou, Henry VIs wife, and Elizabeth Woodville, Edward VIs wife, founded this small and intimate college at Cambridge University in 1448.
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Reviewed 4 September 2016

We enjoyed an auspicious 50th anniversary celebration in the most romantic and historic of settings.

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 18 July 2016

I went for an anniiversary dinner in the Old Hall. It is a wonderful Victorian revisualisation of the original medieval hall. The college is charming, albeit a strange juxtaposition of late medieval styles and the cherful brutalism across the Mathematical Bridge.

Thank DaviddwrOwen
Reviewed 11 July 2016

What a beautiful place. Lots of tourists. Comes out onto the mathematical bridge. Enjoyed the old buildings and wandering around the grounds.

Thank Simon C
Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

At £3 for entry, it is well worth a visit. An amazing history of the two queens, hence Queens' College. Everywhere you turn there is another discovery, including the New Chapel from the 1800s with its Flemish art from the 1500s. Don't miss walking over...More

Thank The Teacher7
Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

The origin of the unusual spelling is included on the Trip Advisor page, so I won't repeat it here. Queens' College is usually listed as the most "pretty" of the various colleges. However, we feel that King's College (no sexism meant here, as wife agrees)...More

Thank EDD1967_83
Reviewed 3 June 2016

I was in Cambridge recently on business, hosted by a Fellow of Queens College. So we had a special tour with more stories than most get to hear. The architecture is interesting. Our dining room was from the early days of the college, with a...More

Thank Doug H
Reviewed 30 May 2016

Despite living in Cambridge most of my life, I'd never visited Queens' until last year when my son started studying there. His room has a view of the Mathematical Bridge but there are far more interesting aspects to the college. It's also an interesting journey...More

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 6 April 2016 via mobile

Having worked at my company in London for almost three years , I was over the moon when my manager told my colleagues and I we had won the company raffle for a 'learn and play' conference in the renowned Queens' College, Cambridge! The journey...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2016

A wealth of ancient architecture and a very elaborate sun dial which can also track the moon phases. There is a fee for entry at £3 per adult which is not unreasonable.

Thank Sybil_Fawlty
Reviewed 27 March 2016

Yet another beautiful example of the Colleges of Cambridge, set on the same area as other colleges, King etc, if nothing else a wonderful picture opportunity.

Thank ERIC B
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