Visit King's

You are welcome to visit the College grounds and Chapel and to attend choral services in the Chapel. You are asked, however, to respect the College as a place of study.

In order to safeguard the College community and to prevent the wider spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the decision has been taken to close the College to all but essential visitors from Friday 20 March. Please read more here.

Useful information about admission prices, what your visit includes, and how to get to King's by car or public transport.

King's is occasionally closed to visitors so please check the opening times calendar before you plan to visit!

Group Visits

Groups of 10 or more must book at least one week before visiting. Entry cannot be guaranteed if you have not booked in advance.

Enquiries

For more information on visiting King's, or to make a group booking, please contact the Visitor Services team.

Visit King's FAQ's

Please browse our frequently asked questions to help with planning your upcoming visit to King's College.

Find out about the history of King's College Chapel from its foundation in 1441 to the present day.

Take a virtual look around the King's College grounds and venture inside our world-famous Chapel.

Local residents can apply for a residents' pass which allows entry to King's College for a period of three years.

From choir concerts to organ recitals, there are regular occasions to come and enjoy wonderful music at King's.

News

King's appoints new Chaplain

The Reverend Dr Ayla Lepine will begin her role at King’s in mid-September.

Honorary Fellow awarded Library of Congress prize

Political theorist Dr Danielle Allen (KC 1993) has won this year’s John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity.

Update from Entrepreneurship Prize winner

College Research Associate Alexander Patto (KC 2012) discusses the latest developments with his start-up company WaterScope.