University Church of St Mary the Virgin
With a tower dating from 1280 and a perpendicular Gothic nave, this relatively unadorned church is most famous as the site of the 1556...
All Souls College
One of the wealthiest Oxford colleges, All Souls was founded in 1438 as a centre of prayer and learning. It's one of several graduate...
The Radcliffe Camera is the quintessential Oxford landmark and one of the city's most photographed buildings. The spectacular circular...
Bright, buzzing and decked out with modern art and beautiful people, this joint dishes up modern brasserie-style food to the masses....
Church of St Mary the Virgin · interesting places nearby
Set in a vaulted 14th-century Congregation House, this place serves a wholesome line of soups, salads, pastas and paellas with plenty of choice for vegetarians. It's one of the most beautiful lunch venues in Oxford, with a lovely garden overlooking Radcliffe Sq. Come early for lunch as it's a local favourite.