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All reviewsbeaumont streetbeautiful lakeextensive groundssmall chapelmain quadlovely groundswestern endwilliam burgesemma watsonslightly off the beaten trackwater featurescity centreopen to the publicherbaceous bordersbird lifenew buildinghidden away
First, you think there is only another quad, but they have lovely grounds that have a lake and the gardens are absolutely beautifully done. Walk out to the Nazrin Shah centre and sit on the steps and watch the cricket practice. Walk around the lake...More
Free admission. The college chapel was particularly impressive, with its Nineteenth century redesigns. Lovely mosaics and stained glass. The overall ambience of the college grounds was good too, especially since the College is slightly off the beaten track, and less busy than others.
This college is free to visit and a pleasant place to wander in its extensive grounds. The college was founded in 1714 but there are buildings from the 16th century from it's predecessor Gloucester College.
The small chapel is delightful with a marble mosaic floor...More