Oxford City Hall is also a government agency. This municipal building consists of several parts. You can also see a lot of wonderful landscapes in the City Hall. There are also quite a lot of tourists who visit here. There are many simple municipal buildings.
The Oxford City Hall is not very large on the road to Christ’s College, mainly in classical style. The entrance is a gray staircase. There is no bright light on the whole. The marble statues on both sides are displayed separately. It looks more like a citizen service center with no people and exquisite decoration.
Saint Gerst in the city center is Oxford City Hall. It was opened in 1897. The staff told us about the history of the Oxford area, dating back to prehistoric times, and showed us the geology from then to the present The changing map also demonstrates an interesting interactive visual audio.
Walk to the city hall located below the high street. Walking into the open city hall building, on the small front hall wall, I saw the coat of arms representing the city of Oxford, a very ordinary buffalo. Oxford’s name is said to come from this, and it vividly tells people that Oxford was originally the history of the “land of cattle wading” formed by herders driving cattle and wading. The office area upstairs in the city hall is not open to the public, visitors can only look at the scenery upstairs from the stairs. The open area on the first floor of the City Hall is only a museum and a cafe. The museum covers a small area, but it has a big name and is called the Oxford Museum. The pictures, texts, and actual photos show the history of the development of Oxford city. In a limited corner, there is also a scene of government staff working. At the end of the 15-minute tour of the city hall indoors, the main reason is that the text is unclear and many things are not understood.
You can visit the first floor of Oxford Town Hall for free, to understand some historical conditions of Oxford City and historical celebrities related to Oxford City. At the same time, it is a very low-key ancient building in Oxford City. The second floor is still working and meeting places, you can go and see.
As soon as you exit the train station, you can see the SAID Business School in Oxford. If you walk along New Road, you can see Nuffield College on your left hand. Nuffield College is mainly social sciences and only enrolls two per year. There are 15 postgraduates, but once each postgraduate is admitted, it will be equipped with a research room and its books and equipment are quite complete. The college is known as the richest college in the school. Walk along New Road to Queen Street. You can see the city hall on the road. Walk to the intersection of Queen Street and St Aldates. After taking a photo with the old clock tower, continue walking along St Aldates Street and pass by the one on the left. After the Oxford Museum, you can come to the first place to be carefully browsed, Christ Church College (Christ Church College).