Exeter College

The college was founded in 1314, and it possesses both the rich Jacobean and sober Victorian styles. The oldest part is the Palmer Tower (1432). The chapel by Gilbert Scott (1857), imitates the Sainte Chapelle in Paris, and has a tapestry by Morris and a painting by Burne-Jones, both former students of Exeter College.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Turl Street

Opening hours

2pm-5pm (liable to variation), last admission 30min before closing - closed Easter Sun and Mon

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