New Bodleian Library
Oxford’s most famous bookshop runs 1½-hour guided walking tours, including a literary tour at 2pm Tuesday and 11am Thursday, a tour...
The monumental Sheldonian Theatre, built in 1663, was the first major work of Christopher Wren, at that time a professor of astronomy....
Museum of the History of Science
Science, art, celebrity and nostalgia come together at this fascinating museum where the exhibits include everything from a blackboard...
This tiny old-world place – Oxford’s smallest pub – was a favourite retreat for TV detective Inspector Morse, and it can get pretty...
The Brazilian medium roast and cappuccino art at this independent coffee shop is a daily staple for many students, and there are...
New Bodleian Library information
Lonely Planet review
Designed in 1938 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect responsible for the Battersea Power Station and the iconic red telephone box (booth).