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This "University Church" has a fascinating history but surely its best attraction is the Tower and the view it offers from the roof. Only 20 or so people are admitted at any one time sot hater can be a wait, but on a clear day...More
There is a fee of £4 (different prices for kids, students and elderly) if you wish to go up to the top. I have to say if you have any health problem I won’t recommend you to go up there as well with claustrophobic. There...More
About the negative reviews with regards to the toilets all I have to say is don’t use this beautiful church as a public toilet!!! One simply does NOT visit a Church and ASKS for toilets, it’s disrespectful. Also rude staff? More like rude customers! I...More
we visited st.mary's church on 20th August this year. After asking a member of the church if we could use the disabled toilet for myself.we were taken aback by her reaction. she was very, very rude to use and refused to let me use the...More
Oxford has many treasures and this is one of its best. It's a beautiful building and very historic. The University can trace its routes back to the Old Library here. Keble and Wesley preached from its pulpit and John Henry Newman was the Vicar. Protestant...More