The Bodleian Library in Oxford is the UK’s second largest library. It was established in 1602 and contains over eleven million works. It can be found on Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BG.
A new exhibition at the Bodleian Libraries explores the life and legacy of John Radcliffe, the doctor and philanthropist who gave Oxford some of its most iconic buildings. Remembering Radcliffe: 300 years of science and philanthropy opened to the public on 28 November and marks the 300th anniversary of the physician’s death.