Whether you visit Oxford for a day trip, short city break or a longer family holiday, you'll find yourself spoilt for choice with the huge range of attractions, activities and events on offer.
Collection of art and archaeology, from ancient Egypt to the 20thC. Paintings, sculpture, ceramics, silver, glass and coins, plus art from the Far East.
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Oxfordshire's Largest Vineyard.
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Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian Manor House and has been open to the public since 1970.
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Only museum dedicated to the history of the city. Exciting collection of social history displayed over two floors. Story of Oxford is brought to life through artefacts, room settings and film presentation.
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Arts centre for live music, theatre, film screenings. 200-seat theatre space and two intimate studio spaces.
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The oldest botanic garden in the UK displays over 7,000 different species in a grade 1 listed garden with exotic glasshouses, water & rock gardens and beautiful boarders. The garden has events for all ages throughout the year.
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Productions at the Playhouse include classic & contemporary drama, dance, comedy, children's theatre, music and panto!
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This living recreation of an Amazon rainforest houses an exotic collection of tropical plant and animals under glass making it a perfect all weather family attraction.
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Blenheim Palace is only 8 miles from Oxford and home to 11th Duke of Marlborough. Famed as the birthplace of Winston Churchill, it is set in over 2000 acres of beautiful parkland.
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For the first time in 1000 years, the secrets of Oxford Castle have been ' unlocked', revealing episodes of violence, executions, great escapes, betrayal and even romance. Visit Oxford Castle and uncover the secrets for yourself.
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Magdalen College with its deer park& choir is open to visitors.
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New College Lane is the location of the locally known "Bridge of Sighs", built in 1913/14, a Venetian bridge which links two sides of Hertford College. To the left is the most famous group of buildings in Oxford.
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Stonehenge is surrounded by 1,500 acres of land owned by the National Trust, with excellent walks (when weather conditions are bad, access may be restricted and visitors may not be able to use the walkway around the stone circle).
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Fourteenth-century west tower of the former city church of St Martin. The clock on the eastern side chimes every quarter hour. Superb views of Oxford's 'dreaming spires'.
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Christ Church College, with its Cathedral, choir, meadow, picture gallery to name but a few. Is well worth a visit.
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Medieval Manor House later transformed into a Tudor Mansion, surrounded by a wide moat and parkland.
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The Oxford University Tennis Club is the home of "Real Tennis". This is the original "royal" tennis (think Real as in Real Madrid, meaning 'regal') played in an indoor court with sloping surfaces, galleries, and other unusual features.
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Hop On - Hop Off the city sightseeing bus.
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Oxford River Cruises offers schedule trips, private charters and boat hire on Oxfords magical waterways.
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Guided group walks along the towpaths of Oxford's waterways, providing a unique insight into the history and literature of non-university Oxford.
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24 computerised bowling lanes.
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Home to over 120 luxury boutiques, offering previous seasons' collections from leading and international names in fashion and homeware, at up to 60% off, all year round.
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"Pure Retail Theatre" - Over 50 shops all under one roof.
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Established in 1965, Modern Art Oxford is one of the UK's leading public galleries renowned for the quality of its exhibitions, activities and publications.
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The modern French menu at Raymond Blanc's two-Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons restaurant has been described as 'a twist of imaginative genius' and the cuisine is undoubtedly the focus of every guest's visit.
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George Street is the perfect location for what we intend will be a regular pit stop for anyone who enjoys brilliant, simple, rustic Italian food and a relexed environment.
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Menus are geared towards modern British flavours, always using fresh produce and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
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The menu is simple but up-to-the-minute with lots of comfort appeal, homely things in addition to some more global dishes to keep things lively. There are many ‘lighter’ and ‘smaller’ dishes to choose from when you only desire a light meal.
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Top quality food, exceptional wines, great bitters, ice-cold lagers and a host of spirits in welcoming and comfortable surrounds.
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