Apr 29 2019

Last Chance to see 1066: A Medieval Mosaic Exhibition in the UK this May

1066: A Medieval Mosaic, the Guinness World Record-winning exhibition which has toured a number of locations in the UK before arriving at Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO Museum), Woodstock, is coming to an end on 27th May 2019. The end of its current exhibition will likely be the last time the piece is on display…

Apr 29 2019

Pitt Rivers Museum Shortlisted for £100,000 Art Fund Museum of the Year 2019

The Pitt Rivers Museum has been selected as one of five finalists for Art Fund Museum of the Year 2019, regarded as the most prestigious museum prize in the world. The annual award celebrates innovation and exceptional achievement in museums and galleries across the UK. The other four museums shortlisted for the title are HMS…

Apr 29 2019

Blenheim Palace Welcomes Panda Card

Chinese visitors to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire can now save money by using Digipanda’s ‘Panda Card’. The Panda Card is a virtual discount card and works like an ‘online directory’ of UK tourism for visitors coming to UK. It also offers Chinese tourists a smarter way to save money on attractions, retailers, restaurants, accommodation, transportation…

Apr 26 2019

The King’s Centre, Oxford Receives Green Tourism Award

The King’s Centre, Oxford (TKC) has achieved an award from Green Tourism, the world’s largest sustainable certification programme. A Green Tourism assessor praised TKC for its “excellent green initiatives” following an inspection of the venue. TKC was assessed against a rigorous criterion covering areas including energy efficiency, waste management, biodiversity and community involvement. The report…

Apr 26 2019

Excitement Grows for Blenheim Palace’s Flower Show

Excitement is growing ahead of this year’s prestigious Blenheim Palace Flower Show, June 21st – 23rd, as the full line up of Garden Talks and Expert Panels is announced. Now in its seventh year, the hugely popular Flower Show will this year be officially opened by TV presenter George Clarke at 10am on Friday 21st…

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Official Walking Tours

WALKING TOURS IN OXFORD Walking Tours in Oxford are a great way to explore Oxford’s history, the University of Oxford, famous people and old traditions.  Oxford Official Walking Tours offer a extensive range of tours of Oxford for all interests. The most popular tour is the University and City walking tour which explores the history…

Apr 18 2019

Carfax Tower

For fabulous views across Oxford, climb the 99 steps to the top of the beautiful Carfax Tower. Don’t forget your camera!

Apr 18 2019

Blenheim Palace

Home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a World Heritage Site with over 300 years of history, 2000 acres of Parkland and Formal Gardens, events, tours and exhibitions.

Apr 18 2019

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO) is the county’s only dedicated military history museum, with displays charting the experiences of local people and soldiers in conflicts from Waterloo to WW2, from D Day to the present day.

Apr 18 2019

Ashmolean Exhibitions

Enjoy FREE entry to special exhibitions at the Ashmolean Museum, the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology founded in 1683.

Apr 18 2019

City Sightseeing Oxford Bus Tours

Discover Oxford’s ‘hidden gems’ and learn more about its history as you enjoy an open-topped tour of this amazing City. You can hop-on and hop-off the buses as much as you like. There’s a live guide, kid’s commentary, multi-language commentary and free walking tour included.

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Official Walking Tours

Oxford Official Walking Tours are a fun and informative way to learn about Oxford’s history, visit the University of Oxford, and explore the filming locations used in Harry Potter and Inspector Morse, Lewis and Endeavour.

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Castle & Prison

Step inside and do 1,000 years of time… Discover 10 decades of Oxford’s history. Climb the Saxon St George’s Tower, descend deep underground into the Crypt, explore the Prison D-Wing and scale the Mound of the 11th century motte-and-bailey castle.

Apr 18 2019

Bicester Village

Enjoy luxury shopping at more than 160 designer and fashion brands with up to 60% off RRP. From 46 minutes from London Marylebone and 10 minutes from Oxford by train, plan your visit today!

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Visitor Information Centre

Help to welcome your delegates to Oxfordshire and make their experience as enjoyable as possible with a local information desk. Attended by experienced staff from the award-winning Oxford Visitor Information Centre, we can answer all your delegates’ questions on getting around, what to see and do in the city, and help them to enjoy their…

Apr 18 2019

The Oxford Artisan Distillery

Welcome to The Oxford Artisan Distillery (TOAD, to those in the know), this ancient city’s first distillery – and one of the world’s very few true craft distilleries.

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Bus Company

Oxford Bus Company operates a comprehensive network of services in Oxfordshire. They also operate luxury coach services linking Oxford with London and to the nearby airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Birmingham.     The City service helps to connect surrounding towns and villages with the Centre of Oxford. The City 3B and 4 Bus will take you…

Apr 18 2019

Oxford Bus Company

Enjoy unlimited travel in and around Oxford and South Oxfordshire with Oxford Bus Company and Thames Travel bus services taking care of you. With hundreds of buses and comfortable seats there’s no better way to get around all of the attractions on your Oxford Pass!

Apr 17 2019

Stagecoach

STAGECOACH For frequent, comfortable and hassle-free travel between Oxford and London, Stagecoach in Oxfordshire operates the Oxford Tube. This 24 hour coach services runs between Oxford and London 7 days a week, up to every 12 minutes. Coaches are fitted with free 4G, Wi-Fi and USB power sockets. The Oxford Tube service is a convenient…

Apr 17 2019

Textile Display Weaves Together Migrant Stories at the Pitt Rivers Museum

A team of volunteers, who arrived in Oxford as forced migrants from Syria, Sudan and Zimbabwe, are behind a new display of textiles at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Multaka: Connecting Threads, which launches on Friday 5 April, has been co-curated by a team of volunteers with Multaka-Oxford, a two-year project in which the Pitt Rivers…

Apr 17 2019

Visitors to Oxford University’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums Top 3.3 Million

Oxford University’s gardens, libraries and museums enjoyed a 3% rise in visitors in 2018, according to the latest figures from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA). Over 3.3 million people visited the four University museums, the Bodleian Libraries and the Botanic Garden in 2018, giving the group its third record-breaking year in a row….