The largest of Cambridge's colleges, Trinity is entered through an impressive Tudor gateway first created in 1546. As you walk through,...
Gonville & Caius College
Known locally as Caius (pronounced 'keys'), Gonville and Caius was founded twice, first by a priest called Gonville, in 1348, and then...
St John's College
Alma mater of six prime ministers, three saints and Douglas Adams (author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ), St John's is one of...
Hip-hop, dance, R&B, techno, funk, top-name DJs and club nights – you'll find it at Cambridge's most popular club, the...
'Gardi's' is responsible for the late-night nutrition of a large chunk of the student population, its walls plastered with photos of...
Wren Library information
Lonely Planet review
Trinity College's vast hall has a dramatic hammer-beam roof and lantern, and beyond this are the dignified cloisters of Nevile's Court and the renowned Wren Library. It contains 55,000 books dated before 1820 and more than 2500 manuscripts, including AA Milne's original Winnie the Pooh. Both he (Milne that is, not Winnie) and his son, Christopher Robin, were graduates.