This was included in our library tour and it was awesome to see. It is a huge, historic building that was great to see.
I was lucky enough to be able to use the camera when studying for my degree at a college affiliated with Oxford Uni, and then later when doing a course as a proper student of Oxford University. I would always come to the camera to work. It is an astonishing building, and I admit every time I went in I... More
The Radcliffe Camera is an iconic building in Oxford due to its unique, striking shape and architecture. I would have liked to see inside the building but I discovered that you can only do this if you pre-book yourself on a tour.
We didnt chance to enter nor walked in the building, but saw it from the outside as the St Mary's cathedral, The Bridge of Sighs were all in the same area within 1 minute walk from each other. So ........
The Radcliffe Camera is a beautiful building and if you get the opportunity to join a tour to see the inside of it then I suggest you do so. We were the only tour allowed into the building that day as the reading room was full of university students studying for upcoming examinations and visitors are not normally allowed in.... More
When I tried to get in here the guy on the door said it's not open to the public - only students, but it's sometimes possible to see it as part of a guided tour. So I went to the ticket desk in the courtyard of the Bodelian Library opposite the Radcliffe Camera, and the guy there said that the... More
but you cannot go inside unless you are student. So while it is great to look at on the outside, and I hear the inside is even more beautiful with an incredible array of books, I didn't get to see them. And neither will you unless you go here. Unfortunately!
The Radcliffe Camera is part of the famous Bodleian Library of Oxford and it's unique shape and structure shows why it is an iconic part of the city. It has a beautiful grand architecture and looms out dominating the square it is in. Unfortuantely it is also a building in use and so you can only admire this building from... More
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