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King's College, Cambridge

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  • Amazing chapel. Try to avoid the crowds if you can and revise a little bit of 15th and 16th century history before you go so that you can appreciate the art even more. 
  • This requires an advanced booking and is pricey but worth every penny. The 2-hour tour covers more than just the beautiful chapel, rather it covers the history of the University and the town. Our guid...  read more »
  • Although our visit was way too short and we were not able to see as much as we had hoped, it was still very much worthwhile. So much history. Strongly recommended. We usually prepare by brushing up on...  read more »
  • we only saw it from the outside but it is one stunning building. if you go punting you'll get great views from the back and walking you can get wonderful views from the front. one of the most famous sights to see in cambridge.
  • The place is amazing. However there was so many people last time we go so it kind of ruiN the mood.
  • Awful staff. During the end of my visit to the Chapel this afternoon I took a photograph on my telephone with a flash and an extremely rude member of staff (female, long grey hair aged approximately 55-65) spoke to me like a child and said ‘don’t take photographs with a flash’ and i reminded her that using manners would be more appropriate by saying please and she then lied to my friend and I and said ‘I did say please.’ I would suggest you have a word to this rude member of staff and remind her to speak to the public using manners and apologise for her behaviour as opposed to being dishonest.
  • A very impressive building and a must see if you are in Cambridge. If you can try and get to an Evensong service Hearing the choir singing in the chapel will never be forgotten
  • One of the most spacious colleges in Cambridge I have so far visited. Home to the Chinese Poet Xu Zhimo's memorial stone. In this marble stone are engraved four lines, the first two and the last two lines, from the Poet's most famous sentimental poem about his departure from Cambridge. This poem is widely regarded as a masterpiece of love poem, though in fact it might not be about love.
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