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Founded in 1264 AD, Merton is one of the oldest colleges in Oxford. It is home to the oldest academic library in continuous use anywhere in Europe, which was built between 1373 and 1378. The buildings around the College span many time periods and...more
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I attended a Choral Evensong at 330 pm on a Wednesday which was later broadcast on BBC Radio 3. This is a must for lovers of choir music and this is one of several colleges with boys choirs in Oxford. The chapel also is gothic...More
Visit this college if only fir the unique chimes from the tower which feature so often in Morse. Inside the chapel look up at the gallery where the bell ringers stare across a void at each other. Enjoy the views of Christchurch meadows and just...More
Oxford Open Doors took us by surprise during our first stay ever in this wonderful city. Walking in the steps of Professor J.R.R Tolkien, we had the chance to enter the beautiful walls and gardens of this ancient place, where he wandered, thought, taught and...More
We attended a Smithsonian Journeys class at Merton College Oxford and really enjoyed our stay. The college was founded in the 1260s and is very charming. During the summer months travelers have the opportunity to stay in the college dorms through many travel programs.
We came upon this college while wandering around on our first day visiting Oxford. We were walking by the chapel and heard classical organ music. It was heavenly! We decided to go explore the college. It was worth the £3 per adult that we paid....More
There are so many colleges in Oxford that it is difficult to decide which one to visit. We opted for Merton College as being one of the oldest Foundations in the University of Oxford and it looked so peaceful from the street. Entrance fee is...More
We stayed at the college for a week, attending a continuing education class on the Anglo Saxons. During that period, one of the graduate students showed us the fascinating 14th century library (one of the oldest in Europe). I toured the beautiful chapel (with its...More
A very helpful student showed us around this oasis-like college where the facilities are fantastic. The buildings are beautiful and the well-kept gardens look out over wide green areas. There is an impressive chapel too. I wish I was young again so I could be...More