A fine example of a Victorian garden design occupying a privileged site alongside the college backs. This garden style tends towards the informal, partly as a reaction against the intensely formal, classical style that preceeded it. The Fellows' Garden contain many fine examples of rarely seen mature trees and shrubs, set off by sweeping lawns and the head gardener will be on hand to give tours and provide details of, and background information about, these horticultural treasures. Other features include a recently added pergola, surrounded by mixed borders appropriate to a garden of this period.
This is essentially a pleasure-ground for the fellows and their guests to relax in and provides a beautiful calm oasis in the centre of the city.