Trinity Street

Explore Trinity Street

Heading north from Kings Parade is Trinity Street, which is named after Trinity College. You can find Gonville & Caius on the corner and at the end of Trinity Street, St. John’s College. It’s a stunning walk at all times, but mind the cyclists!

CB travel guide Cambridge university press

The Cambridge University Press Bookshop is a unique shop. Apart from showcasing a vast range of the Cambridge University Press’s publications, they also have a wide selection of gifts and souvenirs. 

cb travel guide Giles & Co

Giles & Co is one of the oldest independent souvenir shops. They specialise in licensed Cambridge University clothing and gifts. Jacks, their sister shop on Trinity, is the place to find all things Cambridge.

cb travel guide cambridge contemporary art 2

Specialising in handmade prints, paintings, sculptures and crafts, Cambridge Contemporary Art shows the work of over 100 UK-based artists, with a new exhibition every month. Since 1990. 

CB travel guide Jacks on Trinity

One of the oldest independent souvenir shops. Jack On Trinity specialises in all things Cambridge and their sister shop Giles & Co is the place to find licensed Cambridge clothing.

cb travel guide british

Trinity is an elegant restaurant serving British cuisine using carefully sourced produce. Their oyster menu is a drawcard focusing on unusual preparations.

all saints market

This delightful market opposite Trinity College was elected the Best Small Art & Craft Market in 2018. Held every Saturday. All Saints Market is featuring artists and craftists 

our tip – visit Cambridge open studios

 local artists, craftspeople and designer-makers open their studios to showcase their work

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