We are open! Booking not required!
We are delighted to announce that we open to the public again.
The principal areas of the college that are normally open are the hall, chapel, cloisters and gardens (where the stunning 12th century city wall can be viewed).
Opening Times (New College Lane entrance):
17th October 2021 - 6th March 2022 (Winter opening):
1.30-4.30 pm Tuesday-Sunday (closed Mondays) - please note that last entry is 4.15 pm.
Adults £8, seniors, under 16s and full time students £7; family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £25.
Free to children under 7 years of age, Oxford residents and old members. Potential applicants and their families are also admitted free of charge.
Payment by card only. No cash, vouchers, or cheques accepted.
Making a Mark, exhibition of sculpture by Nicolas Moreton
New College is delighted to be hosting a major retrospective exhibition of sculpture by Nicolas Moreton.
The exhibition - Making a Mark - is Nicolas's first major retrospective. It will cover the key ideas and concepts from across his 35 year career, exploring some of the wonders of human existence through stone, right back to a work from Nicolas's degree show in 1985!
Making a Mark seeks to promote the medium of stone carving and demonstrate that it is still a powerful and creative material in the contemporary context of art.
The exhibition will run from Sunday 17th October 2021 - Friday 8th July 2022 and will be hosted in the New College Cloisters and Antechapel.
There will be no additional charge for the exhibition - all visitors will be able to view this as part of their entrance fee.
Leaflets with a map and illustrations are provided in several languages free of charge with admission.
We welcome groups subject to a maximum of 20 people; larger groups may split. We do not accept payment by cheque or voucher - card only. Please note groups of under 21 year olds must be accompanied by a responsible person throughout their visit. Pre-booking is not required.
You are asked not to enter staircases, college rooms and areas marked as private. The Hall may be closed over lunchtime. Dogs, except guide dogs, are not permitted in the college. Please do not walk on the grass or picnic in the grounds. CCTV is in use throughout the grounds. Supervised children are welcome. We regret we are unable to provide parking. Drones may not be used anywhere in the college grounds.
The cloisters, hall, chapel and gardens are fully accessible (access to the hall is via a lift).
Smoking is not permitted inside any of the buildings, cloisters, or elsewhere in the grounds.
Stay at New College
New College offers a variety of accommodation options across three unique sites, with rooms ranging from premium ensuite to standard budget. To book, please visit our booking page.