The University Church of St Mary the Virgin is flanked on one side by the High Street, and on the other by the cobbled Radcliffe Square. You can pay a small fee for a 360 degree view from the tower
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This is one of the most beautiful churches in England. The church has a beautiful exterior and the interior is equally stunning due to the stained glass on windows. However, the best part is the climb to the tower which is the highest point in...More
I would highly recommend a visit while in Oxford. A very quaint and beautiful church. Admission is free, but if you go to the top it will set you back a few pounds. The views are hard to beat and give you a great overview...More
The church itself is beautiful. If you pay a little money, you can climb to the top of arial views of the countryside. It was sunny and beautiful when we were up there. Definitely worth a look!
A truly stunning church, very well kept and the inside is truly beautiful, with great stained glass windows, grand wooden pews and walls. I didn't have time to climb the tower, but next time I will allow more time so i can admire the City...More
Beautiful stained glass windows, open to the public and you can light a candle here and have a few quiet moments of reflection here!
Amazing architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, lots of history within reading reach, stunning wood carved pews. Easy to get around, everyone was very respectiful while walking around the church.