The Fellows' Garden is in the centre of the college and the present garden was laid out in 1825, probably inspired by the principles in Loudon's Encyclopedia of Gardening. and by the Gardenesque Style he advocated. There are also older features on the site. The Malcolm Bowie Bathing Pool is believed to date from the mid-18th century. The 'Milton’s Mulberry Tree' (Morus nigra)vwas planted in 1608 and its berries are still used to make jam.
St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB2 3BU
All year. Monday to Friday. Open 9:30 to 12pm (during terms time also open 2pm to 4pm). Closed May to early June during university examinations.