Weston Library, Oxford
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I was looking to fill some time while waiting for a tour of the Old Bodleian and decided to visit the New Bodlein now renamed the Weston. It was a fortunate decision as the small gallery called Treasu... read more »
The public can access the ground floor of the Weston Library - the extension to the famous Bodleian copyright library in Oxford. Those with a research need can apply to access the resources - and the ... read more »
We dropped in here after our walking tour at the suggestion of our guide. There is a fascinating (and free) exhibit called Bodleian Pairs which pairs up many of the library's treasures like the Magna ... read more »
The Weston Library is advertised as being open till 7pm on weekdays, but yesterday (Thursday June 30) I entered from Parks Street and was told that the public area was closing at 5pm, and that I could not proceed as it was already 5pm. What is going on?
The exhibition on display is Armenia: Masterpieces from an Enduring Culture. It includes over one hundred items that covers cultural identity, independence, religion and poetry. The Alphabetum Armenum is on display, stylized with bird figurines. Photography is not allowed.
My feet are warm after hours of sitting there. They understand our low-blood-pressure-ppl's needs.
Fantastic new and modern library. Great addition to the large number of libraries in Oxford.
One of Oxford's greatest high security libraries
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