Visit King's

You are very welcome to visit the Chapel. Choral services are not currently open to members of the public. You are asked, however, to respect the College as a place of study, and to respect the Covid-19 safety measures.

Whilst the Chapel is currently closed to visitors until at least May 17th, we are delighted to be able to open parts of the Grounds to visitors from Tuesday 13th April.  

 

We are hoping to reopen the Chapel to visitors from Tuesday 18th May, however, we are awaiting confirmation from the government that the UK will still be moving to the next stage of their roadmap plans.  This information is expected 7 days before the 17th May, so we will be keeping a close eye on government updates and as soon as we know we are good to go, tickets will be available for purchase on our website. 

Group Visits

We are not currently accepting groups.  We apologise for any disappointment caused.

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.

The Chapel's History

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

Virtual Tours

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

Local Residents

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

Music at King's

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

News

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Kings bans use of the apostrophe

As a result of an extraordinary meeting of the Governing Body, Kings College has decided that the apostrophe should no longer be used in official communications.

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Statement from the Investment Committee

A statement from the Investment Committee on the College's expectation to eliminate all fossil fuel investments by 2030 at the latest.

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New gift to promote study of egalitarian capitalism

Pressing issues of inequality are driving research into new economic theories.