The website Virtual Tour of Oxford was designed by Dr. Karl Harrison and students, funded by the University of Oxford's Access Initiative and includes Inspector Morse's Oxford; JRR Tolkien's Oxford (exploring some of the favourite places of Oxford resident JRR Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings); and virtual walks around the University Park, Iffley Village, and St Giles. For the less sober-minded there is also a virtual pub crawl featuring over 60 of Oxford's famous hostelries. The site is regularly updated and features tours of Oxford University's famous architectural jewels - its myriad colleges. The project is in the process of placing panoramas of all of the colleges online, but at the time of cataloguing had not completed the task. Other buildings such as museums and institutes of oustanding architectural value are also features, such as Norman Foster's Social Studies Building. The site is of use to those interested in local history and gaining an insight into Oxford's architectural and cultural history. This magnificent site holds over 1200 panoramas and requires Macromedia Flash.