61 Best Oxford Attractions Every Tourist Must See
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- 25 Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HA, UK
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- Bate Collection of Musical Instruments, United Kingdom
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- St. Barnabas Church, Saint Barnabas Street, Oxford, United Kingdom
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- 85 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG, UK
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- Oxford Wheels Project, Cowley Road, Oxford, United Kingdom
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- Clarendon Building, Broad Street, Oxford, United Kingdom
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- Summertown Library, United Kingdom
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- Port Meadow, Oxford, United Kingdom
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- Clarendon Centre, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, United Kingdom
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- Headington Shark, New High Street, Oxford, United Kingdom
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Founded in 1488, the Bodleian Library has over 7,000,000 books displayed on 118 miles of shelves! Keep an eye out for the lovely Bridge of Sighs directly across the road from ‘The Bod’. Call in to see the oldest museum in Britain, the Ashmolean Museum or climb the ninety-nine steps to the top of the Carfax Tower for a brilliant view of the city. This is the only remaining bell-tower of a 12th Century church.
Kids & Family
Take the kids to the Oxford Castle; they do some fantastic tours with stories of the past- gore and blood, as well as the good times! Also, a number of Ghost tours start or finish at the castle. The kids will also be delighted to see the Headington Shark, a huge shark stuck in a very ordinary house roof!
Shopping & Nightlife
The Grand Cafe is a popular spot in Oxford, with grand high teas and evening cocktails. The first café was set up here in 1652. A really great place to visit is the Oxford Covered Market with a selection of shops and very handy to find. As with many university towns, Oxford has a very active nightlife, with spots that cater for students and others that are targeting a different crowd.
Visit Blenheim Palace, the birth place of Sir Winston Churchill, Britain’s war time prime minister. Take a tour of the State rooms and spend the day in the beautiful gardens, 2000 acres of them, designed by Capability Brown. Visit Iffley and wander down the River Thames and find the lovely Iffley Lock, or hire a canal boat and go for a nice cruise on the Oxford Canal.