Steeped in History
Home to scholars for more than 8 centuries, Oxford is home to the UK's oldest university and an abundance of other historical attractions. Explore Egyptian mummies and modern art at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, delve into the past at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum, or step back in time and immerse yourself among the Norman ruins of Oxford Castle. Admire the formidable architecture of the City of Spires, take a walk beneath the Bridge of Sighs, and bask in the wonders of the Bodleian Libraries before discovering its eclectic foodie scene, meandering waterways and lush green spaces.
Best of Oxford
From the illustrious Bodleian Library to the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford is crammed with fantastic things to see and do. With incredible architecture, superb art, and a storied past dating back to Anglo-Saxon time, Oxford has a myriad of attractions to meet all needs!
Food and Drink:
For a city as diverse as Oxford, it should come as no surprise that you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food and drink. With a large number of dining and drinking options, offering all manner of cuisines, delicacies and beverages throughout the city and surrounding area, there is something for every budget, every taste, every day of the week
With museums, univerisities, and jaw-dropping architecture, Oxford is a nirvanna for culture
Oxford's nightlife is well tuned to cater for almost all tastes! With a thriving student population you can expect a host of nights including live music and comedy, as well as pibs and bars more geared towards the local, less transient population