Visiting Trinity

Trinity College welcomes visitors throughout the year. As a busy and lively working academic community we like to ensure you will enjoy your visit whether it is as a potential student here, an alumnus, an academic visitor, or as a tourist.

We do this by making the college accessible at regular times of the day and with particular facilities open for you to see. The principal areas of Trinity that are normally open are the Dining Hall, Chapel and extensive gardens. You are asked not to enter staircases, college rooms and areas marked as private. Dogs, except guide dogs, are not allowed in the college. Please do not walk on the grass in Front Quad. CCTV is in use throughout the grounds. Leaflets with a suggested walking route are provided. Supervised children are welcome. Our visitor shop sells recordings by the college choir, various publications about Trinity and other areas of interest, and other souvenirs.

Opening times

Winter 2016-17

Generally open 10.00-12.00 and 1400-17.30/dusk (whichever is the sooner).
Closed for lunch 12.00-1400
Open throughout the Christmas period including Christmas Day and Boxing Day

Spring/Summer 2017

Generally open daily from 10.00-1200 and 1400-18.00.
Closed for lunch 12.00-1400
Generally open on all Bank Holidays
 If you wish to check that we are open on a particular date, contact the lodge +44 (0) 1865 279900

Opening times are subject to occasional change which will be advertised on the website, or on our noticeboard outside the main entrance. To assist in the upkeep of the beautiful buildings and the cost of providing facilities, charges are made for most visitors: those who hold an Oxford University Bodleian card or an Oxford Alumni Card can come in free of charge. Outside these times, the college is open only to those on college or official University business.

Groups

We welcome groups and ask that all groups split up on site to numbers no more than 25 in any one place, and rotate between the Chapel, Gardens and Dining Hall. Groups should book in advance. We do not accept payment by cheque.

Charges

Students, senior Citizens and groups – £2.00
Adults – £3
School groups – £2 per student
Tour groups guides, teachers and group leaders – free of charge
Old members / College Alumni and potential students – free of charge

For details of opening hours and access to the College
Contact the lodge

Telephone +44 (0) 1865 279900

Alumni Visitors
Old Members and Friends

Old Members and Friends are very welcome to visit College at any time, free of charge, even when the college is closed to the public.

Getting to Trinity
Travel

Trinity is set in a central Oxford location on historic Broad Street, a short walk from the railway station and well-served by bus routes.