St Edmund Hall
St Edmund Hall ('Teddy Hall' to its residents) is the sole survivor of the original medieval halls, the teaching institutions that...
This 14th-century college was the first in Oxford for undergraduates and is a fine example of the glorious Perpendicular Gothic style....
University Botanic Gardens
Established in 1631, the University Botanic Gardens are Britain’s oldest.
Bright, buzzing and decked out with modern art and beautiful people, this joint dishes up modern brasserie-style food to the masses....
84 High St · interesting places nearby
Grand Café information
This museum piece of a cafe done up in the Regency style – it’s really more Brighton than Oxford – is on the site of England’s first coffee house (1650), with great cream teas in the afternoon.