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 and heritage of Oxford including a visit to an Oxford University College and the Divinity School.
Other popular tours include:
- Harry Potter and Alice In Wonderland in Oxford
- Inspector Morse, Lewis and Endeavour
- Oxford Highlights Tour
- CS Lewis and JRR Tolkein
The tours are for all walking abilities and cover between 1 and 2 miles, and last between 1 and 2 hours, depending on the tour.
PROFESSIONAL AND FRIENDLY WALKING TOUR GUIDES
Your tour will be conducted by a professionally trained guide who holds a Blue or Green Badge awarded by the Institute of Tourist Guiding, the national professional body. Your guide will also be a member of the Oxford Guild of Tour Guides. In addition, it is a member of the UK Guild of Registered Tourist Guides, the national professional organisation which guarantees a high standard of guiding throughout the UK.
TYPES OF TOURS AND TO BOOK
Oxford Official Walking Tours operate daily walking tours from the Visitor Information Centre on Broad Street, Oxford. Adult tickets range from £15 to £21 depending on the tour.
Tickets can be booked online.
Private group tours can be organised to suit your delegates requirements. A private walking tour for 19 people with an English speaking guide costs £140. Foreign language guides are available with these tours costing £150.
To book a daily walking tour or organise a private group walking tour, call 01865 686442.