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The Bodleian Library is a working library which forms part of the University of Oxford. It is housed in a remarkable group of buildings which forms the historic heart of the University, and you can explore the quadrangles of these magnificent...more
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Over 400 years old and with over 12 million books what's not to like - take in the historic architecture on the outside and then within and see if you can identify which films this amazing building has been featured in - well worth a...More
This is the second time I've been to the Bodleian and it is just as stunning this time around.
The first time we went on the 30 minute tour which takes you up to the Duke Humphreys room. This time we did the 60 minute...More
This library is the stuff of every book lover’s dreams. We went on the 60-minute tour (book ahead!) which was alright. Our tour guide was a little spacey, but the history and look of this place makes up for it. Definitely check out the special...More
We visited as a tour of the library and I would recommended doing one of these if you have the time. We went to the Divinity school room, the Duke Humfrey chained library, the Radcliffe Camera and more modern reading rooms. Highly recommended for anyone...More
Stopped by early one morning for a tour in April 2018. Unfortunately, the schedule did not match what i read online and I did not have a chance to see Radcliffe Camera. I paid a few pounds to see the divinity school, then while I...More
We visited when Oxford was out of session and the Library not open for tours. We walked past the Radcliffe Camera and into the library courtyard, which unlike the Christ Church College courtyard is absolutely stunning and fascinating, with architectural and academic details. You'll really...More
You get in by buying a ticket from the hall opposite. The hall is smaller than you think but more beautiful. It’s ceiling are amazing and bring life the broader Oxford experience - easy to see how it sparked the imaginations of so many great...More