What To Do In Oxford
If you don’t know where to begin exploring this city of dreaming spires, you might find our suggestions below helpful. Start with the bus tour, then the university. Each college has an identity and history of its own.
Punting is also a very Oxford thing to do and you can hire punts or be punted from Folly Bridge or Magdalen Bridge. Have a go! But it’s not as easy as it looks.
Here you can find out what’s on today.
City-sightseeing bus tour
A one-hour overview of the city, the university, and the Oxford of stories and imagination. Includes a 20-minute walking tour of hidden treasures between the High Street and Broad Street.
The Pitt Rivers and University museums are opposite Keble College. Here you can see a dinosaur and a dodo. The History of Science Museum on Broad Street displays a blackboard used by Einstein. The Ashmolean includes good eating places and a gift shop.
From manicured flowerbeds to grasses and wild flowers beside water. A lovely place to stroll and to get away from the crowds.
Best-known are St Ebbe’s and St Aldate’s, both evangelical Anglican, each drawing hundreds of students. All Oxford churches love to welcome visitors. Here are other central churches: Cathedral, St Mary the Virgin, St Mary Magdalen, St Columba’s URC, New Road Baptist, Wesley Memorial, St Aloysius, Oxford Presbyterian