Despite its name, New College is one of the oldest in Oxford. Founded in 1379 by then-Bishop of Winchester, William of Wykeham, the college was originally named in honour of St Mary the Virgin. It was the second college to be so-named (after Oriel), and developed it’s new title colloquially over the course of the 15th century.
New College boasts a number of unique elements:
Find out more about this College on our Oxford University & City Tour, below.
Entry: £7 adults, £6 concessions
Oxford Train Station
High Street Bus Stop T3, T3, L3, L1, L2, T1, T2
Broad Street Car Park, 52 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BS
You can find out more information of this site, and some of the most iconic sites in the city, on our Oxford University Walking Tour!
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