Oxford

When you think of Oxford, you think of its prestigious university, but it’s also famous for a lot more than that. With its array of quirky shops, excellent cafés and restaurants, as well as the wonderful museums and historic buildings, there are so many reasons to visit.

Pitt Rivers Museum


From Pacific island objects and Hawaiian feather cloaks to African pottery and American weapons, explore General Pitt Rivers’ collection of global artifacts.

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Vaults & Garden


Dating back to 1320, this architectural masterpiece is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee – especially in its beautiful, flower-filled gardens.

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Salter's Steamers


Blow off some steam on the River Thames with cruises for any occasion. From party boats to punt hire, take in Oxford’s countryside by stream.

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Oxford Covered Market


With over 40 traders selling everything from pies in a box to real leather boots, this 18th-century market certainly delivers a unique experience.

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The Catweazle Club


Voted No.1 for Oxford nightlife on TripAdvisor, this cultural hub is a magnet for acoustic musical talent and community spirit.

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More destinations to explore…

Bath
Bath

Probably the most sophisticated World Heritage site on the UNESCO list. There's more to Bath than baths.

When you think of Oxford, you think of its prestigious university, but it’s also famous for a lot more than that.

London
London

London is one of the greatest cities in the world. If you've never been there, a trip to the capital doesn't cost the earth.

Bruton
Bruton

The small country town that's become such a magnet for faces of fashion, art and showbiz that a walk to the shops can feel like lunch at The Ivy.

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