Your Visit

Admission Prices

Tickets cost £9.00 or £6.00 (children aged 12-17 and students with valid ID).

During July and August tickets cost £10.00 or £8.00 (children aged 12-17 and students with valid ID).

Admission is free for children 11 years and under when they are visiting with their family.

Tickets should be purchased from the King's College Visitor Centre on King's Parade (opposite the main gate / Porters' Lodge of King's College). During the summer months (April to September) tickets may also be purchased at the Chapel. From October to April the entrance is via the main gate of King's College. During this period the North Gate is closed to visitors.

 
 

 

What the Visit Includes

Your ticket price includes a visit to the Chapel where you will see an exhibition of the history of the College, the world's largest fan vaulted ceiling and the Adoration of the Magi by Rubens. You will also have access to the College grounds (when open). Please note all other buildings are private.

Your visit will be self-guided. Free leaflets are available in 9 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese).

 

Accessibility

Please see below for the Accessibility Guide.

Getting to King's

King's College is on King's Parade, in the centre of Cambridge. There is no public parking for cars or coaches at King's College.

For general information about transport options see the Visit Cambridge website below.

Where can I buy tickets? Can we attend Evensong? Do you welcome group visits? Read our frequently-asked questions.
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King's is occasionally closed to visitors so please do check the opening times calendar before you plan to visit!
From choir concerts to organ recitals, there are regular occasions to come and enjoy wonderful music at King's.
Members of the public are warmly welcomed to join us for acts of worship including daily Evensong and sung Eucharist on Sundays.

News

Newly appointed College Research Associate has academic paper published

Dr Sophia Cooke's co-written paper explores the impact that road density may be having on the UK’s birdlife.

King's Fellows elected to the British Academy

Professors Khaled Fahmy and Caroline van Eck are among 86 academics to be inducted into the prestigious Fellowship.

Biodiversity survey under way in wildflower meadow

Research is currently being conducted to monitor the impact of the meadow in preventing the decline of pollinating insects.