What To Do in Oxford

Radcliffe Camera

Bridge of Sighs

University Church of St Mary the Virgin

Christ Church College

An historic University town, Oxford has something to offer everyone & the compact city centre makes it easy to walk from one attraction to the next. 

Oxford Castle & Prison 

The apartment overlooks the two oldest parts of the castle: St George’s Tower and the Mound – which date from 1071. 
Visit: Oxford Castle and Prison

University Colleges 

The oldest University in Great Britain. 38 colleges from the grand Christ Church to the more intimate charm of Merton. Many colleges are open to the public to view. 

Museum of Natural History 

Visit: Museum of Natural History

Pitt Rivers Museum

Museum displays archaeological & anthropological collections.

Visit: Pitt Rivers Museum

Ashmolean Museum 

Museum of art and archaeology.

Visit: Ashmolean Museum

Bodleian Library& Radcliffe Camera 

One of the oldest libraries in Europe; the second largest in Britain.

Visit: Bodleian Library

Westgate Shopping Centre

Remodelled and extended in 2017. Home to over 100 stores.

Visit: Westgate Shopping Centre

Oxford Covered Market 

Home to specialist independent traders showcasing local crafts, food & drink. Opened in 1774.

Visit:  Oxford Covered Market

Botanic Gardens 

The oldest Botanical Gardens in Great Britain.

Visit:  Botanic Gardens

Christ Church Meadow 

Visit: Christ Church Meadow

University Parks 

Visit: Oxford University Parks


Open top buses are a good way to see the main attractions and decide which you would like to visit in more detail.
Visit:  Bus Tours

Free guided walks are provided by: footprints-tours

For up to date information on current events
Visit:  What's On

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