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Aug 18 2021

Announcing IF Oxford and ideas Festival 2021

IF Oxford, the city’s science and ideas Festival, returns this autumn (9-26 October) in a hybrid format with both in-person and digital events and activities for adults, children and teenagers. The programme includes more than 100 events and activities where festival-goers can be curious: visitors can explore everything from the latest research on the tiniest…

Aug 13 2021

Carousel Buses launches new and improved website to help passengers plan journeys

Carousel Buses has launched a digital service that enables passengers work out how much CO2 they save when travelling by bus, compared to driving. The carbon calculator feature is one of several modern customer friendly features the company has introduced on its new website. Passengers can now also check real time departure information on all…

Feb 19 2021

Government Culture Recovery Fund granted for Bicester Heritage Watch Office Restoration

Bicester Heritage has been awarded a £25,000 grant for essential construction work to Building 109, known as ‘The Watch Office’. This rare and important building is located at the heart of the former RAF Bicester aerodrome and stands as an active monument to the location’s rich aviation history. A Grade II Listed building, it is…

Apr 11 2017

Top 10 Visitor Questions

At the Oxford Visitor Information Centre we receive a wide range of people with an equally wide range of questions. Here are our top frequently asked questions to prepare you for your next visit. Where is Oxford University and how can we visit it? The University of Oxford, to give it its proper name, is…

Jan 25 2017

A Journey Through Broad Street

For our second blog of the year, we thought it only right to start off exactly where our story began – on the beautiful, historical Broad Street. Home to two University colleges, the Sheldonian theatre, the original Blackwell’s bookstore, the first ever Oxfam shop, and us! Experience Oxfordshire; Broad Street is a little gem just…