Meadow Building

The Meadow Building

The Meadow Building was built expressly for undergraduates in the nineteenth century. It takes its name from Christ Church Meadow, a flood-meadow, which is bounded by the River Thames, the River Cherwell and the College.

The building is in the Venetian Gothic style, popularised in the Victorian period through the writings of one Christ Church alumni, John Ruskin.

Many of the Oxford Experience participants stay in rooms in the Meadow Building.

Click here for a  virtual tour of Meadow Building