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King's College, Cambridge
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  • King's college Cambridge is a must see attraction for its lovely building, Chapel and grounds.. Ticket cost is 9 pounds. Children below 12 have free entry with family. Ticket price includes a visit to...  more »
  • I enquired at the gate of the college about the location of the visitor centre for ticket sales and the member of staff took his time in acknowledging my presence before pointing and saying 'over ther...  more »
  • Walking through King's College on my way to lectures was often the highlight of my day when I was doing my degree, and with a Camcard, available to alumni and Cambridge residents, access to King's Col...  more »
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  • Nice, but not THE nicest. To be fair, the chapel is beautiful; imposing from the outside and stunning from the inside, it is definitely worth the time (and the price!), but it is not by far the nicest chapel in Cambridge; some of the smaller, hidden gems, though less grand, are aesthetically much more pleasing; of similar style, the St. John's College Chapel is less kitchy, but still beautiful. The Trinity Chapel is also very nice, and so is that of Corpus Christy, but I think Selwyn Chapel is the prettiest among those of similar aesthetics. Churchill also deserves a mention, if one has an eye for the more modern.
  • Stunning and full of amazing stained glass giving it an airy feel. Endowed by mad old Henry VI. Go on a weekday morning for less crowds. Worth the £9.
  • 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.
  • Wasting money. If I have to pay for visiting a kind of church, I would go to York or Madrid. It's a nice Chapel but not enough to paying money.
  • really nice view, but really poor stuff give me a bad memory for this trip. visitors do not deserve such poor service on such overprice ticket.