We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Great Haseley. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Great Haseley.

Bodleian Library

Oxford 8.4 mi away
#7 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
There are tours of the most beautiful parts of the Old Library, including the extraordinary 15th century Divinity School, with its gorgeous fan vaulted ceiling, the Convocation House and Duke Humphreys Library.
Did a full tour of the Bodleian library during which you learn about the history of Oxford, its university, libraries and research as well as the unexpected Harry Potter anecdotes here and there.
See 47 Experiences

Oxford Castle & Prison

Oxford 8.7 mi away
#3 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
We had a great tour with Rebecca, who was friendly, extremely well-informed and enthusiastic (my husband tends to ask a lot of questions on tours, and I was impressed by the depth of her knowledge!).
Very interesting guided tour of the prison, with lots of great historical stories of the castle and its inhabitants throughout the years, from royalty to the destitute prisoners it housed.
See 7 Experiences

Christ Church

Oxford 8.4 mi away
#11 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
... - the Bodliean Library, the Ashmolean , the huge Blackwell's bookstore, punting on the river, or visiting the castle and you have unforgettable memories of time spent in a place steeped in history and traditions.
This was an Tuesday afternoon visit in November – highlights – the Dining Hall – Custodian Sue was very informative and helpful – the tables were laid against a background of history with its Founder Cardinal Wols...
See 31 Experiences

Sheldonian Theatre

Oxford 8.4 mi away
#10 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
I was fortunate enough to attend a great concert here years ago which I enjoyed both for the exquisite music and for the magnificent ceiling and architecture that surrounded me.
The theatre itself is lovely with a beautiful painted ceiling, but for me the highlight of the visit was the spectacular view over Oxford from the cupola; definitely worth the climb.
See 18 Experiences

Sandford Lock

Oxford 6.7 mi away
#39 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
great pretty location to visit.

Brill Windmill

Brill, UK 7.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Brill
You then walk up hill back into Brill and walk through the heart of this very pretty village.
Thank you to all the volunteers for an excellent day.
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Wallingford
Wow, from Wessex to Cromwell, massive history lessons learned at Wallingford museum and castle!
Great castle with loads if History dating back to The Saxon era.

Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon 9.5 mi away
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon
Very interesting visit to this museum, lots of artefacts.
English Heritage members pay £1 rather than normal £2.

Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Waddesdon
Allow plenty of time if the weather is good as there is a lot to see and do outside including short walks, some lit by lanterns, excellent play area in woods, the aviary, and several eating areas-we went to the st...
First visit to those wonderful house and gardens and Xmas market and really enjoyed every bit of it The Xmas was lovely the house full Xmas trees was amazing every room was a wow from me and my mother in law x gar...
See 1 Experience
#37 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Located in Woodstock Road in Oxford is this wonderful church where you can come in and remember those that need your support.
This church is just outside the central area on Woodstock Road.

Logic Lane

Oxford 8.2 mi away
#71 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Logic Lane is a road that connects the high street and Merton Street in Oxford city centre.

Great Coxwell Barn

Faringdon 11.1 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Faringdon
The sunshine made for great imagery (see photos) and it can be easily combined with a great day out - maybe visiting nearby Faringdon as well - which is another must see quirky town with a fascinating history.
It is a lovely walk from Badbury Hill (where you can find famous bluebells) and it has got a lot of history.

Grey's Court

Henley-on-Thames 12.5 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Henley-on-Thames
The house has a very interesting history through the ages and guides which are passionate about providing an interesting story of the outstanding features of the house and discoveries of certain artifacts.A superb...
Highlights of our visit were three: (1) the enthusiasm and warmth of our NT guide during the garden tour; (2) the Chopin played by one of the NT volunteers in the drawing room on the grand piano; and (3) the walk...
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Cholsey
I live in Cholsey so come here fairly often- the church yard is lovely, well kept and of course home to the grave of Agatha Christie who lived in nearby Winterbrook.

George Orwell's Grave

Sutton Courtenay 9.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Sutton Courtenay
The graveyard is also the resting place of Herbert Asquith, former prime minister, (and wife) in a tomb grave that is located close to the rear right of the church building.
Whether you arrive by car or by boat, do not miss a visit to the church.

The Abbey Sutton Courtenay

Abingdon 9.9 mi away
#8 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon

Tolkien's Oxford House

Oxford 9.1 mi away
#96 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
See 1 Experience

Hughenden Manor

High Wycombe, UK 14.1 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in High Wycombe
Many thanks to Nick, one of the National Trust rangers, who led the walk and provided fascinating information on the history and use of the Hughenden estate as well as noting the various fauna and wildlife as we m...
The guides were most helpful and the exhibits beautifully displayed; a real sense of the history of a family and a statesman.The grounds and walled garden,a delight as were the unobtrusive eating places set in the...
See 1 Experience

Godstow lock

South Leigh 10.9 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in South Leigh

Basildon Park

Reading, UK 14.5 mi away
#2 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Reading
Originally built between 1776 and 1783 in Palladian style to designs of the Yorkshire architect John Carr, a contemporary of Robert Adam, with interiors completed in the nineteenth century, Basildon then had a sad...
This was a great dayout lovely walks & a choice of a long walk or short walk or you could just stroll around there is a train for the disabled that takes them op the slope a great house & tearoom.

The Dashwood Mausoleum

Ibstone, UK 12.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Ibstone
Amazing view, we came here to admire the view and catch the wind for our kites, amazing bit of history, love this church and mausoleum
This enormous flint and stone 18th century open-topped mausoleum has numerous urns, plaques and a central tomb, which commemorate members of the Dashwood family.

Blenheim Palace

Woodstock 15.4 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Woodstock
The parks are lovely, with hundreds of beautiful trees, and the Italian garden, the secret garden, the Churchill memorial garden, the walk along the Great Lake , a short diversion to the grand cascade are what mak...
We partook of the tour of the State Rooms and found the whole experience fascinating, enlightening and informative.The Guide was excellent and gave us a wonderful insight into the lives of John Churchill and his d...
See 42 Experiences

Bicester Heritage

Bicester 14.4 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Bicester
I visited for Bicester Flywheel on Sunday the 24th - it's an annual event and it's great - an eclectic mix of vintage cars and bikes doing demo runs on the track, military vehicles and a flying display and loads o...
... teams working on cars, finished beauties gleaming through their garage windows, or watching the many activities that take place on and around the airfield be it gliding, formula ford sessions or tank rides.

Claydon House

Aylesbury, UK 15.6 mi away
#4 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Aylesbury
.In the framing gallery saw more delightful and well framed pieces.The Shone stone carvings gallery shows skillful and artistic work..finally the ceramic work through the arch at the back was also uplifting.Everyb...
Staff are the usual excellent NT volunteers, being knowledgeable, friendly and proud and passionate about 'their' house.

Mapledurham House

Mapledurham 15.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Mapledurham
There is an amazing working watermill which generates more electricity than they need.

Devil's Quoits

Stanton Harcourt 14.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Stanton Harcourt
The car park is right opposite the Weigh Bridge at the recycling centre and the Stone Circle isn’t signposted, I ended up asking one of the Operatives at the recycling Centre for directions.
Visit to ancient stone circle

All Saints Church

Marlow, UK 15.9 mi away
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Marlow
Featuring beautiful Victorian stained glass windows and an impressive Willis organ dating back to 1876, the church has for centuries been an historically prominent component of the town’s fabric.
The grounds are beside the river Thames, very tranquil and an ideal place to spend a little time for sole contemplation or watching the river.
#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Marlow
Park up and take walk along the high street

Marlow War Memorial

Marlow, UK 16.1 mi away
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Marlow
This War Memorial is situated on the Causeway, near Marlow Bridge, All Saints Church and the George and Dragon Pub/Premier Inn.
This large war memorial is located by the roadside, close to All Saints' Church and Marlow Bridge.

Albion House

Marlow, UK 15.8 mi away
#8 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Marlow