19 British Places All Book Lovers Must Visit Oxford has bred some of the greatest literary minds of the modern era. Authors such as C.S. Lewis, Oscar Wilde, W.H. Auden, William Golden, and Lewis Carroll have studied or lectured at the university, and there’s a spectacular library worth visiting as well.
Linderman Library, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Opened in 1878, the Linderman Library was designed by Philadelphia architect Addison Hutton, who modeled the Venetian architecture after the British Museum in London.
Cambridge Market. I love Cambridge - it's a fabulous university city, full of historical buildings, street fairs, markets - but still boasting all the modern conveniences, shops, trendy eateries etc. It used to have a fabulous multi-level Borders until the company went belly-up.