Things To Do

Explore the Historic University City of Oxford

Hop On and Hop Off as much as you like at any of the bus stops on the route and see all the best sights and attractions that the town or city has to offer.

Audiences at the New Oxford Theatre can see performances from leading opera and ballet companies such as the Welsh National Opera to the English National Ballet, contemporary dance, hit musicals and of course sell-out pop concerts. The venue’s current capacity is 1785.

Want to leave this city feeling that little bit cleverer? The absolute best museums in Oxford are here to help.

Premium Walking Tour of Oxford University, City, The Old Bodleian Library, 13th Century Lecture Hall (School of Divinity) & Old Colleges
Tour the only distillery in the world to be using ancient populations heritage grain

This city’s food scene is more outlandish than you might imagine. Here’s our selection of the best restaurants in Oxford

Get behind the scenes access to one of the oldest working libraries in the world. See the awe-inspiring architecture and hear the stories from the historic heart of the University.

To many, Oxford has long been associated with its famous University.  However, for fans of Inspector MorseLewis and Endeavour it is the murder capital of the world, where homicide, corruption and vice run rife.

Punting is a truly timeless, slightly eccentric, quintessentially oxford, idyllic pleasure: sailing leisurely upstream or down river, trailing fingers in the silky water, admiring the wildlife, picnicking on a river bank, dropping in at the Vicky Arms or drifting downstream past the University.