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The Abbey Cinema

Abingdon 2.0 mi away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon

Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon 2.0 mi away
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon
Very interesting visit to this museum, lots of artefacts.
English Heritage members pay £1 rather than normal £2.

Millets Farm Falconry Centre

Frilford 4.8 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Frilford
A good number of different birds of prey were flown and displayed - various falcons, hawks, buzzards, vultures and owls - and the static displays and aviaries have these, plus eagles, caracaras and the meerkats as...
Millets Farm is a great site but the falconry centre really is excellent, they have 90 birds and several other animals too Our full day falconry day experience started with holding a selection of birds - Saber, th...
#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.

The Abbey Sutton Courtenay

Abingdon 0.2 mi away
#9 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon

Dorchester Abbey

Dorchester-on-Thames 4.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Dorchester-on-Thames
She then took us to the Abbey on a special visit, as there was an exhibition, and we were amazed by this incredible medieval building with many objects and altars to be seen!
Dorchester offers an opportunity to enjoy something that has appeal to everyone with its multiple attractions and unique and lengthy history and sights.
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Sutton Courtenay

Abingdon Abbey Buildings

Abingdon 2.0 mi away
#5 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon
During our time in Abingdon town as we wandered around we found some amazing places...the Abbey grounds, a children's water area, with a play park, and a little cafe.
The gardens were pretty and well laid out, the ruins were historically interesting - we walked over to the water garden and followed the Thames Path to the Lock and were fortunate to see a barge using it - great f...

Milton Manor House

Didcot 1.4 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Didcot
I really enjoyed my tour of this family home, which has such an interesting history and some really beautiful rooms and objects.
Although most of the land has now been sold off, there is a small walled garden.

Saint Helen's Church

Abingdon 1.9 mi away
#8 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Abingdon

Millets Farm Centre

Frilford 4.9 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Frilford
There is a brilliant falconry onsite (additional charge), which we always visit, there are many farm animals, woods, a pond, carousel and trampolines(additional charge), playgrounds, garden centre, maze with its o...
Add to it a very large large garden centre, 2 cafe's/restaurants, a range of interesting animals to see outdoors, a lake, a periodic funfair, a seasonal maize, a falconry centre, large gardens, a kids play area, m...

Iffley Lock

Oxford 6.3 mi away
#8 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Picturesque Iffley Lock, with keeper's house and towpath, was the northern point on the stretch of Thames known as the Isis from our southern start at Folly Bridge on a cruise by Oxford River Cruises.
Walk up into Iffley and visit the fantastic church, a haven of peace and beautiful ancient stone and surprising modern glass windows.

Oxford Castle & Prison

Oxford 7.7 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.
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Magdalen College

Oxford 7.8 mi away
#4 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
E hearMagdalen College is a very pretty College, with a stunning chapel and cloisters, lovely riverside walk along Addisons Walk and a deer park providing a fantastic haven in the heart of the city.
Stumbled across Magdalen College by accident whilst wandering around oxford, and so glad I did Beautiful buildings and courtyards to walk around, taking in the stunning architecture and history.
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Merton College

Oxford 7.7 mi away
#6 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Located just off a cobbled street near High Street, Merton enjoys the company of two other colleges Corpus Christi and Oriel.The view across Christ Church meadows down to the river Cherwell (a tributary of the Tha...
Visit the Mob Quad (first ever quad that other college designs are based on), the fantastic Chapel- look at the ceiling, brilliant acoustics, and wander around a College abutting the Christchurch meadows.
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Worcester College

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#1 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Following a peaceful stop in the college chapel, one descends a set of stairs and passes through an archway to reach the college gardens, arguably the most beautiful and lovingly maintained among all the magnifice...
We were passing Worcester College on our way back to car after visiting the Ashmolean Museum nearby, and took the opportunity to have a walk round the grounds.

New College

Oxford 8.0 mi away
#5 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
You can experience this especially in the beautiful gardens, the tranquil cloisters with the lovely old tree, and in the stunning chapel with its magnificent reredos and old wooden stalls.
Oxford is an ancient city, full of colleges (39 or so make up Oxford University), churches, museums, sights, and places to eat/shop.
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Bodleian Library

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#7 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Each part was wonderful in its own way: - the architecture of the Divinity School - the wonder space and amazing books in Duke Humphry's library - the soaring dome of the Radcliffe camera - the interesting shelves...
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.
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Christ Church

Oxford 7.6 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.
Stunning in every sense, beautiful architecture,so much to look at.A real feeling of atmosphere, you can almost feel the past.Could have spent hours just gazing at everything.The meadow is lovely really beautiful...
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University of Oxford

Oxford 8.1 mi away
#2 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
The numerous photographs of Oxford vistas and colleges particularly the striking dome of Radcliffe Camera, the Magdalen Deer Park, Christ Church meadows, Balliol Chapel , Hertford Bridge, Bodleian Library and the...
A wonderful phrase to describe a magical institution with its history stretching back deep into mediaeval times and its glorious architecture, which does indeed seem to have towers and spires wherever you look.
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#9 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
The other outstanding feature is the 13th century decorated spire with triple-gabled outer pinnacles on top of a tower, which visitors can climb for spectacular views of the City.
The 13th-century tower is open to the public for a fee and provides good views across the heart of the historic university city, especially Radcliffe Square, the Radcliffe Camera, Brasenose College, Oxford and All...
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Sheldonian Theatre

Oxford 7.9 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.
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Exeter College

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#12 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
In the College Chapel hangs another of Exeter's prize possessions The Adoration of the Magi - one of the finest pieces of religious art from the Victorian era - a tapestry conceived and finished by William Morris...
As part of our Oxford City and University Walking Tour we were taken throughout the stunning college which is located in the heart of Oxford next to the Bodleian Library.
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Radcliffe Camera

Oxford 7.8 mi away
#16 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
One of Oxford’s most iconic attractions The Radcliffe Camera is just a short stroll from the City Centre but well worth The history of this building is amazing- if you have time take a tour
Sights are absolutely beautiful, you might see the Oxford students walking around in their gowns (quite Potter-esque) and if you're in Oxford a selfie with the Radcliffe camera is a must!
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Balliol College

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#15 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
We had a guided tour around Balliol College the oldest of Oxford University's colleges, superb architecture, the dining room is fantastic with many portraits of students of years gone by you can almost touch the h...
He joined an impressive list of alumni who studied within this glorious complex of historic architecture (with some sensitive modern flourishes) and pretty grounds.
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Weston Library

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#14 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
In the city centre near the shops you can easily find the Weston Library, free to enter and its worth a viewing of the Sheldon tapestry map and at the right time the talking maps or 3D maps, lovely building.
There was also a lovely tapestry map on display, and we spent time in the cafe enjoying their exceptional cakes, as well as their well stocked gift shop which I loved.
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Wadham College

Oxford 8.0 mi away
#13 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Yet more spectacular gardens and architecture to see while wandering the streets of Oxford easy to find while walking from pitt rivers museum towards Radcliffe camera, wel lworth aviewing.
Saw Wuthering Heights in the gardens of Wadham college on a lovely summers evening.The play was brilliant and the acting superb.What a great atmosphere watching a play outdoors .There was a bar too.Thoroughly reco...
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Great Coxwell Barn

Faringdon 6.5 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.

Trinity College

Oxford 7.9 mi away
#17 of 101 Sights & Landmarks in Oxford
Well worth a visit and buy tickets on line for entry to Book of Kells to save having to queue which can take 40 minutes as a very popular attraction.
Trinity College is a splendid example of Oxford University architecture dating from 1555 when it was founded by Sir Thomas Pope.
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Didcot 4.8 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Didcot
We decided to do both a night flight with the Owls and the half day experience at Hawkwalk as a birthday surprise as we are fascinated by the birds of prey.
Amazing experience and 1:1 with Betty the Raven!