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Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
For more information or if you are a student of the college and would like to help out with reading or clerking please contact the following:

Senior Clerk - Jack Drury - senior.clerk@cai.cam.ac.uk

Junior Clerk - Christopher Mergen - junior.clerk@cai.cam.ac.uk
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  • We attended a wedding in the College at 5pm which was all lit by candles & lanterns - a magical place. 
  • Free to enter, this was our favourite college. Beautiful grounds and more intimate than some of theft bigger colleges. Really peaceful and a lovely chapel. Well worth a visit. 
  • How fantastic that the public are able to experience the history of this marvelous college The grounds were immaculate and all areas available to view were stunning Certainly recommend this to visitor...  more »
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  • This place is out of time! Cambridge is like a small haven from the rest of the world, it's such a special, quaint place and I was incredibly lucky to have spent a summer at this college for a summer program at the University of New Hampshire-Cambridge University exchange. I stayed in the top building of the Caius tower and I had a view of the whole village; The rooms were not large, but they were so authentic and it really felt like you were living in old times. The dining hall is fabulous! Very Harry Potter!
  • One of the oldest and most central colleges. It's long history makes for an interesting fusion of architectural styles, with three main courts and a Chapel. Notably, the Gate of Honor boasts gilded sundials, and the spiral staircase visible from Tree Court bears stained glass on its walls. Free admission during selected hours.
  • It's my college so I'm biased but I think it's the nicest in Cambridge. So historic and beautiful, central and yet no tourists. Perfection.
  • One of the most accessible Cambridge colleges, with a gorgeous chapel full of Jacobean memorials. A calm, peaceful atmosphere surrounds the place.
  • Well kept college courts, interesting architecture. A quiet space in the middle of town even on busy days.