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Not too be missed, despite the charge. It was quite beautiful and larger than I had thought on this beautiful fall day. The courtyards were so representative of what I thought Oxford colleges were like. The dining hall was pretty amazing as well, and was...More
Just a heads up to anyone wanting to visit as the college does have a small admissions charge of £3. It is well worth the small cost in order to see this stunning college and to get a real look inside. The exterior is inviting...More
Pop into this very pretty College grounds for a relaxing stroll.
Right on the Main Street through Oxford, it’s like walking into a whole different, quiet world.
For a few pounds each to visit I would recommend making a few minutes to pop in here.
Situated on Broad Street, and next to Balliol College, Trinity College is well worth a visit and the small admission charge (£3 adults £2 concessions). It was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope on land that was home to Benedictine monks from Durham Cathedral....More
We paid a few pounds each for the privilege of wandering around Trinity College's gardens. They were beautiful, far exceeding my expectations of what I might see. A peaceful respite from busy Broad Street and well worth the small price of admission.
We were lucky enough to be guests at trinity on a graduation day and it was first class. A beautiful college with great staff. A particular thanks to the porters lodge staff who were brilliant - incredibly helpful and accommodating.
Very special indeed.