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Even on a rainy day it is great to get a sneaky peek at the privileged life of the public school kids - though I think occasionally they let state school kids in the Uni these days?
That aside, this is a beautiful building and...More
This was our first visit to Oxford and we happened across Magdalen College. We were unsure what to expect but the lure of a deer park in the city centre convinced us to part with our £6pp. The collage grounds are beautifully kept and the...More
Beautiful buildings, chapel and quad. The college is on the banks of the river and you can sit on the cafe terrace and watch the punts under Magdalen Bridge, or walk in the extensive grounds along the river bank and round the deer park. Well...More
On previous visits to Oxford I've only managed to get a glimpse of the college quads through an open door or locked gate. This time it was nice to go inside and explore the cloister, chapel and surrounding grounds of one of them (entrance fee...More
My husband and i thought it was free to view along with the deer park so we were a bit disappointed after waking around Oxford all day doing numerous things to find there was a charge at the door of about £6, I'm sure it...More
Magdalen College is particularly noted for its large grounds, which are nothing short of pleasurable to stroll through on a fine day. The chapel is well worth a visit, but don't miss out on the deer or the magnificent plane tree!