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Trinity College welcomes visitors throughout the year. As a busy and lively working academic community we like to ensure that you will enjoy your visit, whether it is as a potential student here, an alumnus, an academic visitor, or a tourist.
If you are a prospective applicant interested in studying at Trinity, please see information on visiting here.
If you are a prospective applicant or a school wishing to visit Trinity, please see Schools and Outreach.
If you are interested in hosting a conference or other event at Trinity, please see Conferences.
The College is currently closed to visitors. We hope to re-open in January 2021, and will publicise regular updates on our website for information.
The college is normally open daily, although opening hours may vary due to private events.
The principal areas of Trinity that are normally open are the Dining Hall, Chapel and extensive gardens. Please be aware that Trinity College is a place of study all year round. You are asked not to enter staircases, college rooms and areas marked as private. Leaflets with a suggested walking route are provided.
The college is accessible for disabled visitors. The Chapel, Hall and gardens are all flat with no obstacles, though the ground is uneven in some places. We do ask our visitors to respect the following guidelines:
We do hope that you enjoy your visit. Our visitor shop sells recordings by the chapel choir, various publications about Trinity and other subjects of interest, and other souvenirs.
For more information on getting to Trinity, please see travel information.
During term time: 10am to 12pm & 2pm to 5pm.
Out of term: 10am to 12pm, &1pm until 5pm.
Under 12’s: free of charge
Trinity is in the heart of the Oxford city centre; find out how to get here whether you're traveling by car, foot or train.
Find out more about the history and key features of Trinity's gardens and historic main site in the city centre.
Read more about the history of Trinity college from its origins as a training house for Catholic priests to the present.