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Kings College

Kings College was founded in 1441 by Henry VI and is one of the 31 colleges connected to Cambridge University. The college is famous for its chapel and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Cambridge due to…

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St. John’s College

St. John’s College is part of Cambridge University. St. John’s College was founded in 1511 having previously been a hospital before that time, making it over 500 years old. In 2011, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited the…

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Trinity College

Trinity College is the largest college in Cambridge and is called home by over 1000 students that are studying at Cambridge University. Trinity was founded in 1546, surprisingly making it a little bit younger than some of the other colleges…

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Wren Library

Connected to Trinity College the Wren Library was completed in 1695 and has books in the library that date back to the medieval times making it a fascinating place to visit. Essentially the Wren Library acts as a reading room,…

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The Museum of Cambridge

Previously the folk museum, the Museum of Cambridge focuses on the day to day life in the past of Cambridge. The museum is very small and previously operated as a pub which adds the atmosphere of the museum, in the…

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The Botanic Gardens

The Botanic Gardens opened in 1846 it has had plants from all around the world making it an inspiration for anyone with green fingers. The garden over the years has built up a reputation for having some weird and wonderful…

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