Rhodes House, a building in Oxford University, England, is located on South Park Road. It was built to commemorate Cecil Rhodes, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, and completed in 1928. Winners of the Rhodes Scholarship, known as the "Nobel Prize for Global College Students", will be allowed to use this building. The headquarters of Rhodes Trust is in Rhodes Building. Among them, there is also the Bodleian Library of the British Commonwealth and African Studies, commonly known as the Rod House Library, which has a very detailed introduction to the location of the exhibition at the door!
Oxford City is really very interesting, the scenery is so beautiful, loves this atmosphere, Oxford has history, has a world reputation. Although the relative decline of the country and resources, Oxford and Cambridge are no longer the world's top universities. But it still has a very important place in the British social and higher education system and still has worldwide influence. The UK is the world's educational community, and the UK and the world's many young students are willing to go to Oxford as their ideal to be worth playing.
Rodd is a colonial building with a unique green dome built in 1928 to commemorate Cecil Rhodes' achievements. He was a student at the college and later the main patron of Oxford University, Einstein gave a speech here in 1931, today at the wedding and conference venue.
Located in the heart of Oxford, South Park Road, a century of history, it's a place where many of the most famous scientific and sports figures come to have a party.
The building is a very interesting building, the building is divided into four floors, the first floor of the door is not big, there is a staircase, the doorman is very strict.
I attended a 3 day symposium at this venue. The architecture is amazing, the building is well maintained with great facilities and spacious nice back garden.
Great venue for a fabulous Christmas party that can accommodate a large number of people. It works really well with 3-4 different reception areas. The catering was average, the service good.
Went to a conference there venue really lovely but in Nov and in the rain it was very very cold and damp. Staff were very good but it was overshadowed by howling wind and a damp feeling ...
Built in the late twenties in the colonial (of course) style as the home of the Rhodes Trust, many notable scholars have passed through these doors. Einstein gave three lectures here.
I went for a wedding this September. The building is incredible and a very subtle mix of styles. The gardens are lovely and we'll planted. Catering was excellent and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Recomme...