When you imagine quintessential Collegiate Gothic architecture, the soaring towers and brownstone exteriors of Trinity's Long Walk buildings will likely come to mind.

Built in the 1870s, the Long Walk was the first group of buildings that were constructed when the college moved to its current location on Summit Street. These historic buildings are the heart of Trinity’s campus, and generations of students have passed through their arches and walked down the grand view of the Main Quadrangle.

Explore more views of the Long Walk throughout the years.