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They often let you in for free, when others charge, the chapel is amazing, and the gardens more extensive than they first appear. Don't miss the garden walk that gives unique views of the Radcliffe Camera
Very interesting, with a beautiful little church featured in The Remorseful Day, the last ever Morse episode and the one where he dies after a heart attack in the quadrangle of this college. Definately worth a visit.
Such a pretty setting - the grounds were well tended. The chapel was absolutely delightful and we were in awe of the stained glass windows. We were so lucky that a lady led us into the Chapel and sang a blessing - the acoustics were...More
I was here for the end of year leavers service (having sung in the chapel choir myself for 3 years nearly 40 years ago). The chapel has been spruced up since my time and an excellent new organ installed. It is rightly famous for the...More
Exeter college was founded by Walter de Stapledon in 1314 who was a Devon man and rose to become the bishop of Exeter. His idea was to teach clergy from Devon and few students. This college has a great chapel and really is a beautiful...More
Great architecture and a wonderful chapel make this college, albeit one of the smaller ones, a must see for your Oxford stay. It is the Oxford of Morse if you're a fan and we had an excellent visit on a sunny day.