Gallery Welcome Tour departure point Trinity College Gates Sheldonian Theatre Jesus College Front quad Turl Street All Saints Church, which is now Lincoln College Library, is in the background. Lincoln College Front quad Exeter College This photo was taken in June. The marquee may be preperation for a college ball. Exeter College Chapel Exeter College Garden Radcliffe Camera in background Radcliffe Square St Mary’s, University Church, in background Radcliffe Camera The guide (Stuart) isn’t saying “no photographs”, though we are not sure the meaning of his gesticulation at this specific moment. Catte Street Radcliffe Square The High Officially called High Street (some Oxford streets have colloquial names involving the definite article). Queen’s College is to the right; University College to the left; and St Mary’s Church ahead. St Peter’s Church St Edmund (“Teddy”) Hall New College Dining Hall (1) Or “cue: knowledge”, as Dr. Spooner might have put it. His portrait is on the back wall. New College Dining Hall (2) Students living in college typically take 2–3 meals a day “in hall”. It affords a social element where you can meet students outside your subject group. Cloisters, New College (1) Where Malfoy was transformed into a ferret in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Cloisters, New College (2) Where students can relax and work, perhaps even unaware of J. K. Rowling New College Chapel New College Gardens (1) You are not allowed to skateboard in the gardens. New College Gardens (2) and old City Wall New College Gardens (3) New College Gardens (4) Gate Divinity School Also featured in Harry Potter Bodleian Library The Old Bodleian Library is to the right. The limescale has been cleaned off since this photo was taken, so it now looks more pristine. The iconic Bridge of Sighs, connecting two parts of Hertford College, is ahead. Bridge of Sighs Hertford College, viewed from the west of the famous copycat bridge Bridge of Sighs (2) Hertford College, viewed from the east of the famous copycat bridge Bridge of Sighs (3) Venice? Oxford can be romantic too. The house on the right is where Edmond Halley, Astronomer Royal from 1720, lived and worked. New College Lane New College ahead Queen’s Lane The other end of New College Lane, All Souls Library in background St Peter’s Church St Edmund (“Teddy”) Hall University College James II Statue above entrance archway Percy Shelley Memorial (1) Percy Shelley Memorial (2) Queen’s College (1) Queen’s College (2) Dining Hall Queen’s College (3) Front Quad All Souls College Front Quad Hertford College Staircase to Dining Hall Old Schools Quad William Herbert Statue He was the 3rd Earl of Pembroke; his statue is in Old Schools Quad. We’ll tell you more about him on our tour. Also see the Ghost Tours slideshow and BBC TV programme clips.