Your culture attendant: things to do in North Stoke


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Time: 90 mins
Possibly the world's most famous library, Oxford University's Bodleian Library is home to millions of manuscripts in extraordinary architectural structures, including the iconic Radcliffe Camera. Examine the interior today with an extended tour at 11.15am or 1.15pm: tickets (subject to availability) can be purchased from the library's Great Gate ticket office, off Radcliffe Square.
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