St Edmund Hall virtual tour | University of Oxford

St Edmund Hall virtual tour

360° views of St Edmund Hall. These images cover facilities such as the dining hall, library, JCR, chapel, as well as an example of a student room, garden or quad, and the porters’ lodge.

You may also like to visit the college website for more images.

Google Street View

Explore St Edmund Hall using Google Street View.

Alternative views

The Library

Housed in the converted twelfth-century church of St Peter-in-the-East

The Old Dining Hall

The College's original dining hall, built in 1652 - now used for smaller dinners, concerts, weddings and other events

The College Bar

The Middle Common Room (postgraduate common room)

The Chapel

Built by Stephen Penton in the late 17th century

Old Library

Completed in 1686, it was reputedly the first Oxford library to have shelves against the walls, and the last to chain its books

Thanks to Greg Harris of Tour Dimensional for creating these virtual tours.