University Church of St Mary the Virgin
The Radcliffe Camera is the quintessential Oxford landmark and one of the city’s most photographed buildings. The spectacular circular...
All Souls College
One of the wealthiest of Oxford’s colleges and one of several graduate colleges, though it doesn’t accept just any old Oxford graduate....
Arguably the oldest pub in Oxford (there’s been a pub on this site since 1242), this atmospherically creaky place requires the...
Set in a vaulted 14th-century Congregation House, this place serves a wholesome line of soups, salads, pastas and paellas with plenty of...
Brasenose College information
Lonely Planet review
Small and select, this elegant 16th-century place is named after a ‘brass nose’, or a brass door-knocker, to be precise. The door-knocker in question resides above the high table in the dining hall and is very well travelled: in 1533, it made it all the way to Stamford, Lincolnshire, only to be returned in 1890 along with the house to which it was attached at the time.