Robinson is one of the newest colleges in the University of Cambridge. It was founded with a donation by the entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir David Robinson and formally opened in 1981. It now has 80 Fellows, and around 380 undergraduate and 300 graduate students.
The red-brick main block houses the majority of the undergraduates, library, chapel and our excellent dining and conferencing facilities. In addition there are a number of older houses dating back to the 1890's, converted for college use and new accommodation blocks. The whole site centres around the large tranquil garden and lake.
Visitors are welcome at most times of the year at these times:
10am-6pm Monday to Saturday
Visit the chapel with its John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens window.
Page updated 18th January 2019