Oxford is a beautiful historical city and offers activities and views for everyone. Plan your trip to Oxford and prepare for the things to see and do while you there.
The Cake Shop offers ready-made designs and bespoke masterpieces and has been trading since 1986 in Oxford’s Covered Market.
Botley Farmer’s Market in Oxford is held on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 04:00 pm. You will be able to find produce, cakes, and nibbles.
The Christ Church Regatta is a boat race held annually at the University of Oxford. Novice crews of eight rowers represent each college. The race takes place during the seventh
Alice’s Shop is a little shop placed exactly where Alice Liddell (the “real” Alice that inspired the books) used to buy sweets. The shop is filled with all manner of
New Theatre Oxford (previously known as the Apollo Theatre Oxford) is Oxford’s main commercial theatre. It has a capacity of 1,785 people. The first theatre was built in 1836, and
The Isis Winter League is a series of races in Oxford running through the Michaelmas and Hilary terms. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
Oxford Playhouse is an independent theatre in Beaumont Street, Oxford. It was designed by Edward Maufe and F. G. M. Chancellor. Oxford Playhouse has been at the cultural heart of
The Bear Inn (or “The Bear” for short) is one of Oxford’s oldest pubs. People have been visiting and drinking at The Bear since 1242, although the current building was built
The South Oxford Farmers and Community Market (or Sofacoma) is a weekly market selling locally grown and produced food and non-food goods. Bread, organic veg, meat, eggs, street foods, refill
Punting on the River Cherwell is a timeless Oxford activity. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
A constituent college of the University of Oxford in England, Worcester College was founded in 1714 by Sir Thomas Cookes, whose coat of arms the college adopted. Gloucester College existed on the same site from
Wolfson College is an all-graduate college affiliated with the University of Oxford in England, located near the River Cherwell in north Oxford. Wolfson has over sixty governing body fellows. It
Wadham College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. It is located in the center of Oxford, at the intersection of Broad Street and Parks Road.
The over 70,000 items from the Angus Library and Archive are devoted to the history of the Baptist movement from 1612. The library is located at Regent’s Park College, Oxford
The Vere Harmsworth Library is part of the Bodleian Libraries and houses a collection relating to the history of the United States. Where is the Vere Hamsworth Library?
The Taylor Institution Library (or the Taylorian) is Oxford University’s centre for the study of Modern European languages and literatures. Where is the Taylor Institution Library?