Virtual Tour of Keble College

The college is named after John Keble one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement (which criticisized the increasing secularization of the Church of England). He died four years before the college was founded in 1870. Parts of the college are named after Edward Pusey a colleague of John Keble. William Butterfield was the architect, and produced a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic.

Keble houses the original of Holman Hunt's painting, The Light of the World

Click on the circle hotspots on the college map to view the interactive panoramas.

The panoramas are displayed using the free QuickTime Player from Apple available for MS Windows and Mac OS.

A small part of the large "Virtual Tour of Oxford". © Copyright University of Oxford 2003