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What to expect
Oxford's history and culture will be open for you to explore in this Oxford University and City walking tour. Discover the unseen and unexplored beauty of Oxford with a live guide by your side at all times. Look out for the Bridge of Sighs, the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre, and the Bodleian Library, and learn about the history of all these famous attractions. You also get to explore the university and all of its libraries as part of your tour of Oxford. Your guide will also show you the locations where some of the scenes of the popular Harry Potter films were shot. You also get to see the places which inspired 'Alice In Wonderland' by Lewis Carroll. So, this is your chance to walk through the medieval grandeur of the city of Oxford and uncover the hidden mysteries scattered around the ancient colleges of the university.
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About The Oxford University And City Walking Tour
What is Oxford city famous for?
Oxford is known for its historical sites, buildings, locations, and most importantly, Oxford University, which is known all over the world. Oxford has also been used in the Harry Potter movies, and that makes the city even more intriguing for the many tourists who come to England each year. You can also find the real home of 'Alice In Wonderland' and take the same streets that Oscar Wilde and all the other university alumni did in the City of Dreaming Spires.
Visit the oldest colleges (built in the 12th century), and go on Oxford walking tours to the Bodleian Library, the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre, Christ Church, and many more to learn about the culture and architecture of Oxford and all it has to offer. The student life and the rich history of the city make Oxford famous all over the world. Other places to visit in this city are Balliol College, University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Trinity College on Broad Street, Exeter College, Christ Church College, and more.
What are the locations and sights on this tour?
Oxford is full of surprises for all who visit the city. You can go on a ride-on service, but the best way to explore the city is to go on one of the Oxford walking tours.
You must check out Christ Church College (central Oxford), All Souls College, Oriel College, Trinity College, Hertford College, Divinity School, Merton College, the Radcliffe Camera, University Church of St Mary the Virgin, the Bodleian Library, Exeter College, Balliol College, and many other hidden gems. Check out the beautiful gardens; find the house that inspired 'Alice in Wonderland'; visit the Harry Potter filming locations; learn about the history of the town; explore the student life of Oxford; attend the university ceremonies from outside; learn about the most famous graduates of Oxford University and their lifestyle, and walk down Broad Street. There's a lot to do in Oxford! If it's possible, go inside the oldest chapel, college dining hall, quadrangles, and cloisters.
Experience a sightseeing tour that will give you the history of the town while looking at the architectural marvels in each corner of Oxford.
What do you see on the Oxford University and City Walking Tour?
While on the tour of the city and university, you will see various colleges renowned all over the world, museums, 'Harry Potter' shooting locations, college dining halls, the cobbled streets of Oxford, the Radcliffe Camera, the Bodleian Library, Bridge of Sighs (known by this name because of its similarities with the Bridge of Sighs in Venice), locations of 'Inspector Morse', the famous Broad Street, the city centre and much more. Book your tickets now.
What can I expect from this tour?
Expect to see the historical wonders of Oxford on the tour, along with college tours and places where alumni of the university visited and created memories.
You can create some memories of your own too, as it is not every day that you get to visit a college of Oxford University. Also, explore the seven museums located in each department in the university. There are a lot of free ones in the city, and a few colleges are also free to enter. The most popular one is the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Oxford is a city that can be explored just by walking. Bus tours are also good, but walking gives you a more personal touch to the tour as you go around the city exploring and learning.
What age is this tour suitable for?
There is no age restriction given for the tour. Everyone can enjoy the trip to Oxford and revel in the city's greatness. Young minds will be inspired by the university and all it has to offer.
How long does the Oxford University and City Walking Tour take?
The total duration of the tour is two hours. The maximum group size for the tour is 20 people.
The starting time of the walking tour is one p.m., and it goes on until three p.m.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where does the Oxford University and City Walking Tour start?
The address of the meeting point is 23-25 Broad St, OX1 3AX, Oxford. It is outside the shop Cool Britannia at the corner of Turl Street and Broad Street.
How do I get to the tour's departure point?
If you are travelling from London by car, take the M40 to reach the meeting point in the shortest possible time. It is around 60 mi (96.6 km) away from the capital city, and it will take around one hour and 30 minutes to complete the trip.
The nearest train station is Oxford station, which is just 10 minutes away from the meeting point.
Check your tickets for timings before starting the trip. It is advisable to reach the destination well before the start of the tour.
When should I arrive at the departure point?
Arrive at least 15 minutes before the time of your chosen slot. There won't be any admission or refund after the start of the tour.
Where can I park?
There are few car parks near the meeting location, all within walking distance. The nearest is Oxford Parking. You can also park in Gloucester Green car park and St Giles car park.
Where are the toilet facilities while on the tour?
You will walk past many public toilets on the tour. Some options for you to try are the Gloucester Green Public Toilets, Speedwell Street Toilets, and Magdalen Street East Public Toilets.
Is the tour accessible?
The tour is mostly accessible, but some areas might require walking on foot.
Contact the visitor information centre for more information on accessibility.
Where can I eat on the tour?
There are many different eateries on the tour and also at the start of the tour at the meeting point.
Some popular restaurants are Moshi, The Duke of Cambridge, Al-Andalus Tapas, Pierre Victoire, and Parsonage Grill.