NGS Open Fellows’ Garden

Overview

Interesting historic garden of about 8 acres with impressive specimen trees, mixed borders, drifts of spring bulbs, and informal lawns with notable influences throughout from Fellows over the years. Across the gently flowing Bin Brook to Burrell’s Field you will find some modern planting styles and plants nestled amongst the accommodation blocks in smaller intimate gardens.
Members of the Gardening staff will be on hand to answer any queries. The teas and cakes are provided, and served, by a local Girl Guide unit.

Sunday 9 April (1 – 4pm). Admission £3.50, children free.
Home-made teas.
Special dietary requirements are usually catered for.

Master and Fellows’ of Trinity College
01223 338530
gardens@trin.cam.ac.uk
www.trin.cam.ac.uk/about/gardens

Wheelchair access – some gravel paths.

How to find us
Trinity College, Fellows’ Garden, Queens Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 9AQ

Short walk from city Centre. At the Northampton St/Madingley Rd end of Queens Rd close to Garrett Hostel Lane.

Venue

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On the opposite side of the Backs is the Fellows’ Garden, which includes a delightful herb garden, a secluded wooden gazebo, and is the venue for open air Shakespearean plays during the summer. There is also an elegant sundial, inscribed with the words: ‘In sapientia ambulate tempus redimentes’ (‘Walk in the ways of wisdom, redeeming the time’, echoing Colossians 4:5); an appropriate motto for a place of learning.