Pembroke College - The Go-To Academic Venue
Pembroke College is located in the heart of historic Oxford, offering a beautiful range of buildings and meeting spaces dating back to the 15th Century. With modern conference facilities available in the award-winning Pichette Auditorium, Pembroke College can offer flexible options for meetings from 10 – 170 delegates.
Becoming a University of Oxford college in 1624, Pembroke can count amongst its members prominent names such as the lexicographer Samuel Johnson, scientist and founder of the great US Institution James Smithson, and jurist William Blackstone. In more recent years High and Supreme Court Judges, US Senators, the King of Jordan and a former UK Deputy Prime Minister. Sir Roger Bannister is a former Master of the College and J.R.R. Tolkien penned the Hobbit whilst he was a Pembroke Fellow.
In 2024 the college celebrates its 400th Anniversary, with an exciting schedule of events planned and the official launch taking place on 29 June 2024.