Bodleian Libraries

Oxford OX1 3BG

Bodleian Libraries

This unique, beautiful venue was built in 1488 and is a masterpiece of late modern architecture. Bodleian Library is ideal for weddings, gala dinners and corporate events.

Room Layouts & Capacities

Bodleian Libraries was built in 1488 and is a masterpiece of late modern architecture, the libraries are know as the oldest libraries in Europe. Featuring an array of elegant events spaces perfect for both small and large events, there are the historic spaces located in the the historic Old Bodleian Library, including, the 15th century Divinity School, the 17th century Convocation House and the Chancellor’s Court. These spaces are all steeped in history and feature traditional architecture and interiors. On the other side of the Bodleian Libraries is the Western Library, which features three modern events spaces; the Blackwell Hall atrium with access to the exhibition galleries; a lecture theatre equipped with audio-visual systems; and the roof terrace with stunning views over Oxford.

The Collection partner with Clerkenwell Green Рa bespoke events catering team based out of Hoxton, East London. Working across some of the country’s finest venues, including Bodleian Library, they deliver beautifully cool extraordinary events. Their creative team thrive on helping you bring your ideas and vision to life Рhowever unusual or out of the ordinary they might seem.

BY RAIL:

Just a 15 minute walk from Oxford Station.

BY CAR:

Broad St, Oxford, OX1 3BG


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