Visit The Radcliffe Camera and discover a Chiltern gem
- The Radcliffe Camera - The Radcliffe Camera a large circular building with a lofty dome, was built between 1737 – 1749 with money bequeathed by John Radcliffe (1650-1714), the famous physician. Originally designed to house a library endowed by Radcliffe, today the building forms part of the Bodleian Libraries. Tours of the library are available on Sundays – please visit the Bodleian Library ticket office or book online.
- Travel there with Chiltern on one of our great value Advance Fares from just £6.40 one-way.
How do I get to the Radcliffe Camera from Oxford Station?
Why book with Chiltern Railways?
- We are consistently voted one of the most punctual train companies in the UK
- We never charge booking, credit or debit card fee. So you'll always get the cheapest Chiltern fares.
- Our spacious carriages offer plenty of tables, and power points at almost every seat.
- All Chiltern services offer complimentary Wi-Fi on board. So you can keep up-to-date.