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We just happened to be passing the main entrance when a tour was starting, and decided to join-in on a whim... and what sites we saw. From the old on-site brewery (now the library), to the two chapels, the cloisters with graffiti carved into the...More
Came here with my wife to find out some information given the fact that her great grandfather came here. You can not wander freely here as it is still a patronised school. You have to book a tour with a guide. There was only one...More
Our young friend, a former pupil, took us on a personal guided tour of the College House, Chapels and Grounds.
He was so delighted and enthusiastic to be back after 9 years or so away, explaining the many interesting features, and sharing activities he had...More
Brava to Andrea for conducting a fascinating tour full of delightful nuggets of information. Enjoyed every moment of the history and of the present here. If only we'd had 3 hours longer, it was clear Andrea knew so much more and we were keen to...More
Given the exclusivity of the place, one needs to join a tour to get a chance to have a good look. The collehe has an impressive history, an impressive reputation and very impressive fees, although there are scholarships. I got an understanding of one of...More
It's well worth doing a tour of the oldest continuously running school in the country since 1382. Our guide Chris was clearly knowledgeable and passionate about the history of the school and really brought it to life. A lovely way to spend an hour and...More
The former Treasury was unexpected and full of fascinating objects but now it has been rehoused in a former stable block and it is stunning. Audio tour as well. My grandchildren sat down and listened aged 6 and 10. They have a curator who has...More