Of course, one of the great highlights in The College is to see Newman's study, where the International Centre of Newman Friends has established a library (to which I donated a copy of Supremacy and Survival!).
We also visited an 18th century CofE church in Chiselhampton, now closed, which represented church architecture before the Oxford Movement (St. Katherine's). Notice the lack of stained glass or imagery, the pulpit and lector stand and the reredos at the front of the church.
The reredos featured the important texts for low church services: the Our Father, the Ten Commandments and the Apostles Creed:Then we toured Dorchester, which our tutor had studied extensively, having edited a book titled Dorchester Abbey: Church and People, 635-2005. After these visits outside of Oxford, we went back to Oxford to an area called Jericho to visit a very high High Church Anglican church named St. Barnabas, which had all the architectural touches of a Catholic church in the Roman Rite. They displayed an extensive series of pamphlets on Confession, Prayer to the Saints, the Rosary, etc. When you click on the link, you'll probably see what I mean--the home page of the church features a picture of Benediction!
We rode through this tour of Oxford environs in a small coach and ate lunch in a pub near Dorchester Abbey. It was a wonderful outing and one of the highlights of my Oxford Experience, 2009.