Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall was founded in 1360. Behind the 18C ashlar of the Principal Court are three rows of buildings dating from 1350 (best viewed from North Court) and, beyond, are the delightful Elizabethan Library and gardens that Henry James called "the prettiest corner of the world".

Useful information

Address : 

Trinity Lane

Opening hours

dawn-dusk - closed mid Apr-end Jun and 24 Dec-2 Jan

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