In this exhibition we look at the changes in the use of certain parts of King's College's gardens and grounds. Particular attention is paid to the emergence of the College's iconic views and what Max Walters described as a shift from practical value to amenity.
Loggan’s map of the College site, 1688.
Plan of the site of King's College, showing the design of King Henry VI (Willis and Clark, figure 3a).
1888 ordnance survey map, annotated by Arthur Hill (CAM/204).
King’s College, reduced from Hammond’s Map of Cambridge, 1592 (Willis and Clark, vol. 1, p. 553, fig. 57).