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Bishop's Palace site
The historic building known as the Bishop's Palace was built by the Bishop of Winchester in the 12th and 13th centuries and later became the Manor House.
In 1757, the manor house was acquired by the Duke of Marlborough.
The archaeological remains which are visible are protected from the elements under a modern roof cover.
The site is temporarily closed to visitors.
Wheelchair access is available.
What you can see
The archaeological remains of the great hall and other features are exposed under a modern roof. A small interpretation centre with a model of the palace at the height of its importance can be viewed by appointment. For further information, contact Oxfordshire Museum Service.