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définition du mot viagra This compact tour starts and ends inside Oxford University's flagship building: Christopher Wren's Sheldonian Theatre.

 

The public guided tours (available from June to September) are now closed for the season, but private group tours and self-guided individual visits are available throughout the year.  

If you wish to visit the theatre independently, or if you have a group and would like information about a private tour of the theatre and its environs, please refer to the section: Booking a tour, below. 

  

On selected dates, you can now join us on one of our public or private tours for a brief introduction to the history of the University of Oxford.  Join our new fascinating, one-hour guided tour of the Sheldonian Theatre and its close neighbours (The Bodleian library, Radcliffe Camera, Divinity School, Clarendon Building and The University Church of St. Mary the Virgin) in the company of an expert guide.

Discover when and how the University was formed, its traditions and its secrets. This one-hour guided tour is an ideal short introduction to the English speaking world's oldest University; from its early beginnings to the present day.

 

Guided tour highlights

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·         An unforgettable whistle-stop tour through 900 years of Oxford University history.

·         Discover the history of the Sheldonian Theatre, the University's ceremonial hall and Sir Christopher Wren's first major building, opened in 1669.

·         Visit the Sheldonian Theatre's Ladies Gallery, Cupola and Attic with its fascinating story boards, as well as the Clarendon and Bodleian Quadrangles, the University Church and Radcliffe Square.

·         Enjoy the best indoor panoramic view of Oxford's famous skyline.

 

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£8.00 per person. Concession rates are available at £6.00 per person; concessions apply to under 18, students, over 60's, University staff and registered disabled and one companion. Under 6's go free.

 

Guided tour dates

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Guided tours of the Sheldonian Theatre (and its environs) run between June https://www.viagrapascherfr.com/commander-du-viagra-pas-cher/ and September (& on selected dates on public holidays). As the Theatre is a working building guided tours are not available every day.  Tour dates are published a fortnight in advance.  To check availability click here or for further information please contact The Sheldonian Theatre.

 

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Tours can be booked:

·         Directly from the visitor information desk at the Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AZ:

 

·         By phone: calling 01865 277299

·         Or email us at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

General guided tour information

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We welcome enquiries from larger parties, such as school or student groups, but would recommend that you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

 

The guided tour involves a certain amount of limited walking. It is suitable for families with children.