Radcliffe Observatory

The eighteenth-century Radcliffe Observatory is the central focus of the three-acre Green Templeton College site. It functioned as an observatory from 1773 until 1934.

Tower of the Winds

The Tower of the Winds is at the very top of the Radcliffe Observatory with wonderful views of the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter and north Oxford.

The Observatory can be used to host a wide range of events and is truly a unique space within Oxford. From canapé and drinks reception to showcasing art galleries we highly recommend you visit to really appreciate this space.

Capacity
Up to 60.

Accessibility
The Tower of Winds is on the second floor and there is no lift access.

Toilet facilities are on the ground floor.

Ramp can be placed over steps to the entrance to give wheelchair access to ground floor only.

Observatory Common Room

The Common Room is situated on the first floor of the 18th Century Radcliffe Observatory and is where pre-dinner drinks and post-dinner coffee are taken for dinners booked in the Dining Room. The room is ideal for afternoon teas, canapé receptions, drinks and nibbles.

Capacity
Sitting room seats 38 with plenty of space for up to 70 mingling.

Accessibility
The Common Room is on the first floor and there is no lift access.

Toilet facilities are on the ground floor.

Ramp can be placed over steps to the entrance to give wheelchair access to ground floor only.

Enquiries
To discuss your enquiry further please contact the Events team:

events@gtc.ox.ac.uk
(0)1865 284550