Used in the filming of the first four Harry Potter films, you’ll no doubt recognize the Divinity School which served as the Hogwarts Infirmary. Fans of the earlier films will recognise this stunning grand hall as being where Harry first wakes up at the end of The Philosopher’s Stone, after having faced a battle with Voldemort for the first time.
Other scenes you may remember it for include; where Harry and Hermione use the time turner to save Sirius and Buckbeak in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and where Professor McGonagall teaches Ron how to dance ahead of the festive Yule Ball in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire among many, many other famous scenes.
A Medieval marvel, the Divinity School is known for its intricate ceiling patterns and tall, airy windows. Attached to the Bodleian Library, it sits opposite the Sheldonian Theatre, which is used today by students for when they graduate.