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This is a well kept and relatively compact college dating back to 1427 when it was started by the bishop of Lincoln. The quadrangle has a superb grapevine around the walls. The highlight for me though was to go up staircase 2 to see John...More
Lincoln College is usually open in the afternoons but like all of the colleges this is unpredictable. There is no charge to enter. I visited when many colleges opened for public visiting in early September. This is a lovely little college with quite an intimate...More
The ivy clad buildings ooze history, you can imagine the famous people who have studied here, John Le Carre, Suzannah Lipscomb, Emily Mortimer and the husband of the current prime minister, are some. The walkways echo to the sounds of past and present alumni who...More
This is a lovely little college that is definitely worth a visit. Access was very easy and the church is magnificent with the glass door in commemoration of John Wesley making it extra special. It is very well preserved with well groomed lawns and flower...More
Lincoln College, approaching its 600th anniversary, is an architectural gem. The lawns alone are worthy of a special visit. New construction has been blended beautifully with medieval buildings. All of this aside from the ongoing academic strength of the Lincoln College community.
Founded in 1427 by the Bishop of Lincoln, this college has beautiful quads, chapel, and library. The windows in the chapel are enameled not stained glass.The kitchen is. medieval and the college as a whole preserves the character of a 15th century college. Notable alumni...More
My sister studied at Lincoln for the summer so I went to visit and tour the city. Very Impressed with the grounds and staff. My sister stayed in a dorm room right above the room where John Wesley lived (who went on to be a...More
Although founded in 1427 Lincoln College is only Oxford's ninth oldest college. Its full title included a reference to Saint Mary which was unfortunate given two other colleges now New and Oriel respectively were originally known as St. Mary's. Lincoln is a better name as...More