Keble College

Founded in 1870 by William Butterfield in the purest Victorian neo-Gothic, Keble is a red brick monument to the Oxford movement and the Gothic revival. The chapel fittings are the highest expression of this, and the Holman Hunt painting The Light of the World hangs in the Liddon Memorial Chapel.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Parks Road

Opening hours

telephone for timetable

Nearby tourist attractions

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University Museum of Natural History
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90 minutes
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90 minutes
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Founded in 1555, it stretches back from
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