Want to see more? Visit the full gallery to admire Magdalen College in spring time.
This beautiful and tranquil path most likely dates from the 16th century, although the name Addison’s Walk has only been in use since the 19th century as originally it was called Water Walk. You can reach it via a gateway and a little bridge, and once entered you will be transformed into a completely different world where clocks become unimportant. The herd of fallow deer in Magdalen’s Grove is one of the most magical treasures in Oxford while the nearby woods provide opportunities for some of most spectacular wildlife.