EXPLORE OUR HISTORIC SITE
Exeter College has been based in the heart of Oxford, in Turl Street, since 1315. As well as being perfectly placed for Oxford’s amenities, the College’s setting is remarkably peaceful.
We offer a range of study-bedrooms and meeting rooms, and there is an impressive 17th-century dining hall, a beautiful library, a stunning Neo-Gothic chapel, and a secluded garden which enjoys breathtaking views of Radcliffe Square including the famous Radcliffe Camera, the Bodleian Library, and All Souls College.
EXPLORE COHEN QUAD
In 2017 Exeter College opened its new premises, Cohen Quad. Located in Walton Street, Jericho, it offers state-of-the-art facilities including en-suite bedrooms, an auditorium for large events and dining, large seminar rooms and smaller break-out session rooms, and a café, all in a stunning site designed by award-winning architect Alison Brooks. Cohen Quad also has excellent facilities for holding hybrid events with some people attending on site and others attending online.
Cohen Quad is located near to the Blavatnik School of Government and Oxford’s newly developed Radcliffe Observatory Quarter.
Take a virtual tour
Here you can explore Exeter College’s Turl Street site and experience just how beautiful the College’s architecture and grounds are. You can also view some of the College’s dining and conference facilities, and a typical bedroom, to get a sense of what it’s like to hold an event at Exeter College. Simply click on the button below and select where you want to explore.