Attractions in Oxford
An historic University town, Oxford has something to offer everyone…
Oxford Castle – The apartment overlooks the two oldest parts of the castle: St George’s Tower and the Mound – which date from 1071. More recently, the castle was a prison. There are guided tours of the complex and events at the Castle vary with the seasons.
Universities – The oldest University in Great Britain and many colleges are open to the public to view.
Said Business School - Less than a five minute walk from the Business School, the Tidmarsh provides the perfect base for delegates.
Tours – Open top buses are a good way to see the main attractions and decide which you would like to visit in more detail.
Botanic Gardens – the oldest Botanical Gardens in Great Britain and a setting for Phillip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials”.
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Attractions in the Area
In the heart of England, there are many places of historic and natural beauty that can be visited as a day trip from Oxford. If you do not have your own transport visit the Tourist Information Centre or Bus Station for information on coach tours from Oxford City Centre. These are a few of the main attractions:
Blenheim Palace – Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill
Stratford Upon Avon – Birthplace of William Shakespeare
Warwick Castle – a Medieval Castle
Waddesdon Manor – built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to display his art treasures
Bicester Shopping Village – a designer outlet selling premium brands at discounted prices
Stowe Gardens – National Trust landscaped gardens
London - easily accessible in an hour by train
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