myOxfordtravel provides unique downloadable tour itineraries and a trip planning service. These unique Oxford tour itineraries not only provide you with a multitude of places to see, but also recommendations on places to eat. The itineraries provide information on Oxford’s best tourist spots to see, plus visits to Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village and BMW. There is also a free entertainments guide, providing you with an extensive list of places to see music performances, theatre productions, movies, sporting events, plus a few alternative ideas that can all be seen in Oxford. A map showing the locations of venue can be found by clicking on a link given in the guide and if you download Google maps, finding the venues is made easy.
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Ashmolean Museum hosts a fascinating collection of history, objects and art from around the world, all under one roof for you to enjoy.
Beale Park's the place to be with fun, adventure, animals, gardens, play and activities on the banks of the lovely River Thames.
Set in 2100 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown parkland, the palace is surrounded by sweeping lawns and award-winning formal gardens.
Explore the quadrangles and the Divinity School or take a behind the scenes tour of oldest research library, the Bodleian.
With 7000 plants, this is the most compact yet diverse collection of plants in the World. Explore the walled garden and glasshouses.
The hostel is just one minute from the Thames Path National Trail, which stretches 180 miles along the banks of the river Thames.
Contemporary art exhibitions by artists from all over the world, including live events, educational and family activities.
Discover Oxford’s lesser known history - tales of great escapes, betrayal and romance within the walls of the castle and prison. Visit the website
Enjoy live performances of British and international drama, family shows, contemporary dance and music, comedy, lectures and poetry.
The hostel is located at the intersection of the Ridgeway and Thames footpaths, so there's a wide range of low or high level walking to suit everyone nearby. Discovering Britain walk with the Royal
Mountain bike 'The Ridgeway' in two days with a half way stop at YHA Streatley to refresh and prepare for the final stretch.
Cycle between villages for a peaceful and relaxing ride around this beautiful part of the country.
The hostel is a great base for rowing on the Thames at Wallingford, Pangbourne, Henley or Windsor.