Visit Trinity

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Tours & Planning

Trinity College's buildings and grounds evoke the ambience of some of England's oldest universities.
Its marvellous spaces are wonderful for hosting meetings, conferences, reunions, weddings and funerals.

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Theatre, Classes and Special Events

The George Ignatieff Theatre hosts classes, lectures, conferences, music concerts, dance recitals and plays.
It is the largest of the Trinity College classrooms and the home of the Trinity College Dramatic Society. When not in use by Trinity College, it is available for rental by members of U of T and the community at large.

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Trinity Chapel

Trinity College Chapel is the gift of the late Gerald Larkin (1885-1961), who headed the Salada Tea Company from 1922 to 1957. He contracted the renowned English architect, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who designed the great Gothic cathedral of Liverpool and, famously, the red Post Office telephone kiosks seen throughout England.

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Food Services

Looking for a place to eat? Look no further, come join us in the Buttery; a casual, relaxing eatery where students, faculty and staff often gather for meals.