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Free Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (University Quarter)

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Colleges of the University of Oxford

0.4km
Broad Street, Oxford. OX1 3BG • (01865) 270000
Radcliffe Square, Oxford
Radcliffe Square, Oxford

The University of Oxford is not a campus university and the independently founded colleges are located throughout the city of Oxford, rather than on one central site. Each constituent college has its own administration and rules for the admittance of both students and visitors.

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Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (University Quarter)

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Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera

0.4km
Broad Street, Oxford. OX1 3BG • (01865) 287400
Radcliffe Camera, Oxford
Radcliffe Camera, Oxford

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 form the historic heart of the University and you can explore the quadrangles of these magnificent structures at no charge.

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Free Landmark Historic Properties: City Centre (University Quarter)

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All Souls College

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High Street, Oxford. OX1 4AL • (01865) 279379
All Souls College, Oxford
All Souls College, Oxford

The 'College of the souls of all the faithful departed', commonly called All Souls College, was planned, built, and endowed in the 1430s by Henry Chichele, long-serving Archbishop of Canterbury. It received its foundation charter in 1438 from King Henry VI, co-opted by the Archbishop as the College's co-founder.

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Historic Properties: City Centre (West End)

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Oxford Castle Unlocked

0.3km
New Road, Oxford. OX1 1AY • (01865) 260666
Oxford Castle Unlocked
Oxford Castle Unlocked

A castle with a prison at its heart, the site has been a place of incarceration since 1071, continuing until the closure of Her Majesty’s Prison Oxford in 1996. Oxford Preservation Trust were awarded a £3.8 million grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore the castle and buildings for future generations.

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