Visit the University of Oxford's world renowned library
The world-famous Bodleian Libraries is a must-see cultural destination in the heart of Oxford. With its origins in the 14th century, explore our beautiful historic buildings on a guided tour or see our inspiring exhibitions featuring rare items from the libraries’ collections.
We've introduced the following measures to help you stay safe when you visit us. Read our visiting FAQs for more information.
The number of visitors has been reduced so you can maintain social distancing during your visit.
You need to book a timed ticket for our tours and entry to the Divinity School.
You don't need a ticket to visit our exhibitions, but we will ask for your details on the door for the Track and Trace system.
You need to wear a face covering during your visit, unless you are aged under 11 or exempt under the government guidelines.
If you’re feeling unwell
If you or anyone you live with displays symptoms associated with COVID-19, please delay your visit until you are no longer required to self-isolate.
Hand sanitiser stations
Hand sanitiser will be available on the entry and exit points for you to use.
We have increased the frequency of our cleaning throughout our spaces.
We're Good to Go
We have been awarded We're Good to Go status for our safety measures.