It is the most amazing place to visit. With the old pews and amazing spaces. You must visit. Then to exit into the quod.
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Probably we did not queue in the right place or at the right time. We got the audioguides, started our visit in the Divinity School (one single room) and then the audioguide brought us from on court to another, describing building from outside and that...More
We stopped in to check on tours early in the morning. In the afternoon the divinity school room (cool ceiling room) was being used for a wedding but we were able to go in to see the room in the morning and come back for...More
To get into any of the interesting parts of the Bodleian Library you have to pay for one of the tours. There are a several guided tours that can be taken. Prices were, as I recall, about 6 to 8 Pounds (~$8 to $11 US...More
I made several unsuccessful attempts to sign up for the Extended Tour but could never find an open slot. Tickets are available 2 weeks in advance on line (not at the ticket office) and the Extended Tour is offered only a few days a week....More
It's true its a must seen if you are a HP fan but I was a little bit disappointed that we could barely see anything, and also no pictures allowed. Bittersweet feeling because its an amazing place but disappointed that after paying for the tour...More
One of the great British museum's. Not easily open to the public, but you can visit the new Bodleian museum, great toilets, cafe but not the great books!Q
great building, history, and essentially the origin of the Oxford University as it is today. The architecture, the history, the crumbles of the foundation of Oxford was wonderful to experience and be part of.
The one hour tour was fantastic and well worth the minimal cost. The tour allowed you access to the main hall, and several other rooms and the upper floors. The tour guide was excellent!
This is an awesome place and worth seeing it. Took Footprints walking tour, great guide Aiden. Highly recommend this visit.