Magdalen College was founded in the year 1458 and has given the world the likes of Oscar Wilde, Howard Florey, John Betjeman and even King Edward VIII.
The College's Choir is particularly famous due to the May Day Celebrations that occur here every year on the first of May. At 6am on May Day, the choir can be heard singing the Hymnus Eucharisticus.
Aside from this, the College houses a deer park and a picturesque footpath by the river known as Addison's Walk. At the end of this pathway is an inscription on a plaque written by C.S. Lewis, who was a Fellow of Magdalen College.