Discover Oxford with City Sightseeing
Home to the oldest University in Britain, Oxford is an architectural marvel. You'll get fantastic views of its honey coloured buildings as well as tantalising glimpses of the hushed courtyards of its many Colleges. Gaze at the beautiful buildings comprising Worcester College, St. Peter’s College, Brasenose College, Oriel College St. HIldas College and many more. Visit the International award winning Oxford Castle Heritage area and you'll travel by the Ashmolean, the Sheldonian and the historic Carfax junction. Let City Sightseeing Oxford, introduce you to this vibrant and cultured city. With numerous stops along the tour route, you are free to hop on and off at your leisure so that you can make the most of your stay.
Plenty of things to do and see in Historical Oxford
Let City Sightseeing teach you more about the city and take you to Pitt Rivers Museum, William Morris’ Original Workshop and the Bodleian Library. Gaze at Hertford Bridge, which is often referred to as The Bridge of Sighs because of its supposed similarity to the bridge of the same name in Venice. However, Hertford Bridge bears a closer resemblance to the Rialto Bridge in the same city. Those looking for souvenirs and bargains may wish to hop off at Gloucester Green Bus Station for city centre shopping and the market or at the Covered Market or Westgate Shopping Centre. Perhaps you wish to amble along the River Thames Walk, relax by Oxford Canal or visit the Botanic Gardens. Punting activities can be found at Magdelan Bridge.
Numerous things to do, by day or night, in this lively, student city
There are plenty of places to dine and relax, including The Eagle and Child Pub which was the the old meeting place for The Inklings - an informal literary discussion group associated with the University of Oxford. Oxford offers numerous bars where you can wind down and clubs where you can dance the night away. Or perhaps you wish to watch live music or see a performance at The New Theatre, The Sheldonian Theatre or The Play House Theatre.