Nestled in the heart of Oxford city centre is the Steward’s House, a Landmark within the precinct of Oxford Union, the University’s debating society, and one of its most iconic institutions.
Today the Landmark is a perfect perch for anyone wishing to explore the famous streets and spires. By special arrangement, guests can attend debates and see the Union’s library, where Pre-Raphaelite murals by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones depict scenes from Arthurian myth.
A stone’s throw away is the Ashmolean Museum, who we’re delighted have now reopened. Their latest exhibition, Pre-Raphaelites: Drawings & Watercolours, is a remarkable opportunity to view an internationally renowned collection of Pre-Raphaelite works on paper - including preparatory sketches for the Union murals.
In celebration we’ve partnered with them to offer the chance to win a delicious afternoon tea for two in the Museum’s Rooftop Restaurant. The lucky winner can enjoy a selection of sandwiches, Earl Grey Scones, cakes, macaroons and a glass of prosecco each.
To enter the competition simply email [email protected] with your name, contact details and the answer to this question: On which street in Oxford is the Steward’s House?
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