St Andrew’s Street Cambridge CB2 3BU 01223 334 900
John Milton and Charles Dickens passed through the Great Gate of Christ’s, which bears the arms of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Henry VII’s mum, who founded it in the mid-1440s. Neither were devoted students: Darwin spent his time collecting beetles, Milton loafing around in Fellows’ Garden – the inspiration, the story goes, for Paradise Lost. Even within cambridge the college has one of the highest academic reputations, however, and the majority of people loafing around nowadays are tourists enjoying the wonderful architecture of the college buildings. The old windows and the fort-like walls make it a distinguished building in the streets of Cambridge.
Have your say
You must be signed in to leave a review, please sign in or register with us to continue.Sign In
Places to stay nearby
Are you the owner?
If you're the owner of this place you can sign up for a 'Featured Owner' account so that you can add your own text, images and more...Owner Sign Up
- Gift Shop
- Tours Available
- Wheelchair Access