Visit King's FAQs
Where can I buy tickets? Can we attend Evensong? Do you welcome group visits? Read our frequently-asked questions below.
See the latest opening and closing times on our Opening Times Calendar.
You can buy tickets online via our store or in person at the King's College Visitor Centre, opposite the main gate.
There are Choral services Monday to Saturday Evensong 5.30pm and Sunday services at 10.30am and 3.30pm. You can view the latest Service booklet here.
No, Evensong is a religious service and therefore free of charge to attend. A queue will form at the main gate of the College approximately 35 minutes before the start of the service.
Evensong generally lasts around 45 minutes.
No, you cannot visit for free but if you live within 12 miles you can apply for a residents’ card which costs £10 and is valid for 3 years.
There are no public toilet facilities at King’s College – the nearest ones can be found in the Grand Arcade Shopping Centre. There is also no café but plenty can be found just outside on King’s Parade.
Yes we do. Groups of 10 are asked to pre-book via our online form.
Yes, photography is permitted but without flash. We do not allow the use of tripods or recording.
Generally the grounds of the College are closed to visitors between April and June during the quiet period.
Visitors and worshippers are not permitted to bring any bag, rucksack or suitcase into King’s College (and its Chapel) which would be larger than airline hand baggage (56cm x 45cm x 25cm, including handles, wheels and pockets). As there is no cloakroom facility please do not bring larger items with you.
No, the ticket price is for the Chapel and the grounds of the College (when open).
Yes, the King’s College Visitor Centre is our shop located opposite the main gate of the College.
No, but assistance dogs are welcome.
Please see our Accessibility Guide for more information.
Cambridge University graduates can visit the Chapel and grounds (when open) free of charge with two guests on production of a CamCard.