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Unfortunately, I haven't been inside but the park surrounding gives a great excuse to just stay outside and enjoy the weather.
The tickets are quite pricey and prepare yourself for a loooong que. That's the main reason why we gave up and just wandered around.
Well worth the money to visit the historic college, halls and Cathedral.
Such history here, the halls are not open between 10.00 & 14.00 because of the students but you can look at the rest then visit the halls last. It can get very busy...More
Another historic place in Oxford made famous by the Dining Hall setup in the Harry Potter movie. Place is clean and well maintained, the local guards or guides are also polite and kind. Christ Church is a holy place that is intricately built, showing the...More
We visited Christ Church in Oxford on a Saturday afternoon situated just a couple of minutes walk from the high street, it is well worth a visit with stunning architecture, there is quite a queue to get in so be prepared to wait.
I have lived in Oxford for a number of years now and this is the first time I have visited Christ Church, and it is not all it is cracked up to be. The architecture is boring, no better than a large number of other...More
Although it costs £7 for seniors to visit here, it's well worth the admission fee. Being able to walk through such hallowed grounds is an experience. Unfortunately when we visited the students and tutors were having brunch, so we were unable to visit the Great...More
As a resident of Oxfordshire I've visited Christ Church college on a few occasions over the years. I've attended classical concerts in the cathedral as well as lectures given as part of the Oxford Literary Festival. My most recent visit was to play tourist for...More
We toured the area in the afternoon and really enjoyed the buildings and interiors. We talked to some of the students. Some of the kids from the states were quite thrilled to be going to school there. Pretty amazing place to go to school.