The stunning 15th-century Gothic Divinity School in central Oxford is considered to be among the most impressive of all the University’s buildings, and boasts a rich history both within the University and as a seat of power during the time of the original Putney Debates in 1647.
Divinity School is entered via Catte Street, using the Great Gate, which provides direct access to the Old School Quadrangle and the Old Bodleian Library.
Once you reach the Old Schools Quadrangle, the Old Bodleian Library entrance faces west. Through the glass doors behind the statue, you can enter the Proscholium (the entrance hall to the Divinity School).
Oxford has great transport links by train, coach and car.
Map: The Divinity School, Oxford OX1 3BG
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