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#1 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Parks
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#2 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Ancient Ruins; Mysterious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Sites
Owner description: Dated to about 1400 BC, this mysterious figure is carved into a chalk hillside just below an Iron Age hill fort and can only... more » Owner description: Dated to about 1400 BC, this mysterious figure is carved into a chalk hillside just below an Iron Age hill fort and can only be seen in its entirety by air. « less
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#3 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Gardens
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partner of Botanical Gardens, Oxford
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#5 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Parks
This expansive city park overlooks the ancient university city of Oxford.
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#6 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Parks
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#7 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Category: Bodies of Water
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#8 of 9 attractions in Oxford
Owner description: Nestling in the folds of the hills rising gently to the west of Oxford, Hill End offers visitors a quality of rural... more » Owner description: Nestling in the folds of the hills rising gently to the west of Oxford, Hill End offers visitors a quality of rural tranquillity that belies its proximity to the city. Hill End is open for group bookings & school visits. The centre can provide: Team building Accommodation (inc. camping) Forest School Training Lead sessions Bushcraft Meeting spaces Please get in touch for more info « less
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Owner description: These wet meadows crossed by old river channels with willow-lined ditches have a rich diversity of wildlife typical of old,... more » Owner description: These wet meadows crossed by old river channels with willow-lined ditches have a rich diversity of wildlife typical of old, unspoilt meadow land. They were once a widespread feature of our river systems, but many wet meadows have been lost to drainage and farming. In spring, the blooms of cuckooflower mark the start of a colourful sequence of wild flowers in the meadows.Each April, Iffley Meadows plays host to a wonderful widlife spectacle where you can enjoy Oxfordshire's iconic flower, the snake's-head fritillary, in bloom in its natural surroundings. « less
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