Founded in 1509 but part of Oxford University since 1262, this small, select and elegant college is named after a 'brass nose', or a...
All Souls College
One of the wealthiest and most peaceful Oxford colleges, All Souls was founded in 1438 as a centre of prayer and learning. It's one of...
Oxford's Bodleian Library is one of the oldest public libraries in the world and quite possibly the most impressive one you'll ever see....
Vaults & Garden
Hidden away in the vaulted 14th-century Old Congregation House of the University Church, this buzzy local favourite serves a wholesome...
Radcliffe Sq · interesting places nearby
Radcliffe Camera information
The sandy-gold Radcliffe Camera is the quintessential Oxford landmark and undoubtedly one of the city’s most photographed buildings. This beautiful circular, columned library and reading room, filled with natural light and focused on the humanities, was built between 1737 and 1749 in grand Palladian style, and has Britain’s third-largest dome. The only way to see the interior is to join an extended 1½-hour tour (£14) of the Bodleian Library .