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The "hall of the Queen's scholars at Oxford" was founded in 1341, which was named after Queen Philippa.
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High Street, Oxford OX1 4AW, England
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+44 1865 279120
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When I walked in the reception area, the receptionist approached me (as he should, I understand), but not on the most polite way. A reception is the face of any company, organization, etc. I asked if I could visit the mathematical bridge and he replied...More

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Reviewed May 6, 2018 via mobile

We dropped in early in the day for a brief float around and decided to return for Evensong at 6.30. Wow! What an experience. Such a wonderful and moving service. I can’t say too much - but the choir are incredible. Just incredible. I can’t...More

Thank jlowe4
Reviewed March 24, 2018

Saturday 24th March and we visited this impressive Queen's College, which is situated on the HighStreet. Access to the College is restricted to prospective students, old members and people attending Chapel services and concerts. We were unable to enter the College however we were able...More

Thank David D
Reviewed February 5, 2018 via mobile

Located on the high street in the heart of Oxford city is Queens college that was founded in 1341 and was named after Queen Philippa, the wife of King Edward the second. Great experience to take in the history of this college.

Thank rayrest
Reviewed January 1, 2018

Designed by Christopher Wren, this college is beautiful . It was founded in 1341 in honor of Queen Philippa , wife of Edward the Second. Its Quads are lovely and the chapel has a magnificent organ, and the library is distinguished. Alumni include Henry V,Oliver...More

Thank Kyle S
Reviewed October 20, 2017

Evensong is held three times a week here and although on the main high street, as soon as you walk through the gates you are transported to a different place and time. The chapel is beautiful and compact with great acoustics and the quad area...More

Thank David C
Reviewed September 13, 2017

In one of the better places to get a feeling of the famous Oxford university you can spend some time and think history.

Thank Thomas H
Reviewed August 13, 2017 via mobile

This is such a beautiful college, and architecturally unique in Oxford. Highlights are the chapel and library, if you are able to visit them, but also the lovely gardens. JP recommends!

Thank JackPudding
Reviewed June 23, 2017

Queen's College is beautifully situated half way along the High on its northern side just where it slightly changes direction. It was founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglesfield in honour of Edward II's wife Phillipa of Hainault (today a dreary London suburb at the...More

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Reviewed April 23, 2017

Traditionally a country for those from the North Country, it escapes those clichés - though I did hear some execrable "poems" by professional Yorkshire-man, the hatchet-faced Simon Armitage. Fear not, this is one of Oxford's most beautiful colleges, in exquisite classical style. Its library is...More

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