Trinity College, one of the most prestigious colleges at the University of Cambridge, offers visitors a wealth of historical treasures and architectural splendor to explore.

Begin your journey at the Great Gate, an iconic entrance adorned with statues of famous alumni such as Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon. As you enter the college, marvel at the grandeur of the Great Court, the largest enclosed courtyard in Europe, featuring a stunning fountain at its centre.

Wander through the Wren Library, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, and discover its impressive collection of rare books and manuscripts, including the original manuscript of Isaac Newton’s Principia Mathematica.

Don’t miss the chance to explore Trinity’s renowned Chapel, with its exquisite stained glass windows and intricate wood carvings. Attend a choral evensong to experience the chapel’s sublime acoustics and timeless beauty.

Stroll through the tranquil Backs, the college’s scenic riverside gardens, offering panoramic views of the River Cam and iconic landmarks such as the Bridge of Sighs.

Lastly, visit the Trinity College Fellows’ Garden, a hidden gem of lush greenery and colourful blooms, providing a peaceful retreat from the bustle of the city.

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