The Queen’s College located at High St, Oxford OX1 4AW, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 279120

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steffi sarmiento mena

5 Google Rating

Beautiful campus, great location, helpful staff, and an amazing place to visit. In Oxford, this is o

5/ 5

Beautiful campus, great location, helpful staff, and an amazing place to visit. In Oxford, this is one of the colleges that is closed to visitors, but the very friendly guard let us in because my father is an Oxford alumni and I could be considered a prospective student. Anyone who appreciates learning and architure would really enjoy their time at the Queen’s College.

Edward

4 Google Rating

Founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglesfield in honour of Queen Philippa of Hainault (wife of King E

4/ 5

Founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglesfield in honour of Queen Philippa of Hainault (wife of King Edward III of England). It is distinguished by its predominantly neoclassical architecture, which includes buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor.

Michael Allen

5 Google Rating

Beautiful college, with gorgeous architecture. Stunning library. Very friendly and like other colleg

5/ 5

Beautiful college, with gorgeous architecture. Stunning library. Very friendly and like other colleges in city centre, once you walk through the entrance gates you're really in another world, seemingly far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Linda King

5 Google Rating

It's a lovely place to work and everyone is very friendly. Beautiful surroundings.

5/ 5

It's a lovely place to work and everyone is very friendly. Beautiful surroundings.

Ian White

4 Google Rating

Queens College has one of the more imposing and spectacular facades in Oxford High Street, or The Hi

4/ 5

Queens College has one of the more imposing and spectacular facades in Oxford High Street, or The High, as it is known to the locals. The alcoves along the front were presumably for status at one time. Photography is often difficult as a wide selection of buses stop outside the college. If open, it is worth a visit as the interior is just as impressive as it's exterior.

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