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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wheatley
We absolutely loved exploring the walled, secret gardens and mazes, admiring the lovely sculptures and having a nose in the gift shop followed by a delicious afternoon tea.
Great selection of plants and quiet walks a place to visit at any time of the year, lovely place to relax lovely Cafe and an excellent rural tools and machinery musuem will definately go again
#5 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Great place to visit and relax from the busy city we loved the Lilly pads in the green house and planting enjoyed sitting in the sunshine listening to the water fountain short walk away from city recommend.
The greenhouses hold incredible exotic species, with an entire section devoted to carnivorous plants; the grounds themselves are lovely and excellent to wander, have a picnic, or just sun yourself; the location ne...
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Exeter College

Oxford 5.4 mi away
#4 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
During a few days sightseeing in Oxford we fell in love with the place, the people and the buildings We managed a free tour of EXETER College and we were really amazed The gardens the buildings and the church or i...
In the College Chapel hangs another of Exeter's prize possessions The Adoration of the Magi - one of the finest pieces of religious art from the Victorian era - a tapestry conceived and finished by William Morris...
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Florence Park

Oxford 4.1 mi away
#15 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
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St John's College

Oxford 5.5 mi away
#11 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
The Chapel should be open and is worth seeing as a jewel-box of seventeenth century ecclesiastical art from the eagle pulpit to the statuary and ancient inscriptions on the walls.
Founded in 1555 and named after John the Baptist, this college has some fantastic architecture in its Canterbury quad.
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War Memorial Garden

Oxford 5.4 mi away
#12 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
The garden can be seen juxtaposed against the historic Christ Church buildings along the north edge of Christ Church Meadow, from a popular walking path that begins/ends at the gate on St.Aldate's Street.
They are beautifully kept, the architecture is stunning and it is so clean.

Corpus Christi College

Oxford 5.3 mi away
#14 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
The Chapel is well hidden within the College Bounds but I turned a handle and here I was in the most compact and beautiful Chapel.
Through the main gate one enters its beautiful main quad, with the magnificent Pelican sundial at its centre.
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