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#1 of 5 things to do in Frilford
I spent a whole day at the centre with an experience day package, and there is only one word to describe it BRILLIANT !! James our host, is very knowledgeable and is dedicated to the conservation of the birds, and...
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...
#2 of 5 things to do in Frilford
Plenty to do here, great garden centre with really great gifts, Amazing farm shop all produce looked fresh and inviting with a really wide range of foods.
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...

Pitt Rivers Museum

Oxford, UK 7.6 mi away
#4 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The Pitt Rivers will hold everyone whatever their age enthralled at the range and variety of this fabulous collection of fossils (dinosaurs), insects, clothing, weaponry, ancient artifacts from around the world, t...
The exhibits are displayed in glass cabinets and it is an absolute treasure trove of everything from native costumes, weapons, games, pottery, fabrics, jewellery to artefacts from Captain Cook’s voyages and shrunk...
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#3 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Great place to visit with children, they loved the dinosaurs and the vast array of animals on display, great that it’s free, lots of space and a good cafe and toilets facilities.
... and, along with the excellent Pitt Rivers Museum in the back corner of the building, you could easily entertain yourself (and your children, if you have any) for several hours on a rainy day quite happily.
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Oxford University Parks

Oxford, UK 7.7 mi away
#9 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Whether you wish to have a leisurely stroll, sit in the sunshine, or pursue your personal fitness goals by jogging along the well-maintained paths, the Parks can accommodate you.
Fantastic open green space with the river Cherwell flowing through and all the river life that you would expect such as; ducks and swans.
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Port Meadow

Oxford, UK 7.7 mi away
#13 of 168 things to do in Oxford
It’s a beautiful meadow and although can be busy that here always feels like plenty space If you fancy something slightly walk on the opposite river bank to the meadow which takes you all the way into the centre o...
Wide open spaces, groups of wild horses as well as the beautiful river that runs through it make it a fantastic place to go for a stroll or picnic (or even a cheeky drink at the Perch pub).
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University of Oxford

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#6 of 168 things to do in Oxford
For those who love ancient English history, dreamy spires and lofty libraries reminiscent of Harry Potter, this intellectual haven is a must visit.
Stunning with 35 or more Colleges and some remarkable buildings Oxford really deserve their best in the World university title Town and Gown make Oxford a great place to visit
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#11 of 168 things to do in Oxford
A superlative collection of exhibits - my favourites include the Stradivarius collections, the Alfred jewel, the Raphael / Michalangelo drawings, the impressionist galleries, and the Hunt in the Forest.
Visited this museum whilst Raphael The Drawings exhibition was taking place, a bonus definitely but an amazing museum regardless, a great way to spend several hours if visiting Oxford.
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Iffley Lock

Oxford, UK 6.6 mi away
#16 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... totals a distance of 180 miles stretching from Cirencester to West London.The path is suited to cyclists and pushchairs/prams as well as the section we walked was very level.The village of Iffley has the Princ...
Lovely place for a stroll, romantic, peaceful, lovely lady lock keeper,great place for pictures of the wild life, well worth the visit
#17 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... 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 Souls College.
Well worth a visit into University Church of St. Mary the Virgin to climb the few steps and be impressed with the beauty on the inside as well as the outside.
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Christ Church Meadow

Oxford, UK 7.1 mi away
#15 of 168 things to do in Oxford
It was such a nice and beautiful hot summer day so perfect to sit under a big tree, taking a break, spent time to relax, with full admiration the beauty and charm of the meadow.
This visit was something of a nostalgic occasion for us and our daughter, so in perfect summer weather, we included a slow stroll around the Christchurch Meadow 'Loop' and ended at the Head of the River pub for a...
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Pendon Museum

Long Wittenham 6.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Long Wittenham
We visited on a wet sunday morning expecting to stay only for a short while - what a fascinating museum, stunning detailed and intricate models, very friendly and informative staff - well worth the visit !!.
Detailed 1/76 scale model countryside and village scenes plus the railway layouts will appeal to those who value nostalgia, including model makers, railway enthusiasts and landscape artists alike.

Merton College

Oxford, UK 7.3 mi away
#12 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Enjoy the gothic beauty of the chapel and the quads; it is a moment of stillness outside our fast-changing world.
The dining room was stupendous.
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Worcester College

Oxford, UK 7.2 mi away
#5 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Worcester attracts less visitors than some of the other Oxford colleges, such as Christ Church and Magdalen, but it really is worth a detour.
The college and grounds were amazing and it was the highlight of our trip to Oxford

Creation Theatre Company

Oxford, UK 6.9 mi away
#2 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Have attended many Creation Theatre productions over the years, and this was definitely one of the finest… the venue of Blackwells Bookshop will always have a role to play in the show, and with such a literary cla...
Another superb performance by a versatile team of actors who also sing and play their way though this story to bring it to life in the unique atmosphere of a book shop

New College

Oxford, UK 7.6 mi away
#10 of 168 things to do in Oxford
A daytime visit is well worth the £4 fee to see the beautiful gardens, chapel (in which a Morse episode was made) and cloisters (with the enormous tree climbed by Malfoy in a Harry Potter film).
I really enjoyed the cloisters and the magnificent oak tree, the dining hall was also lovely and there's actually a very nice garden at the end to see!
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Magdalen College

Oxford, UK 7.5 mi away
#8 of 168 things to do in Oxford
There's a lot to see here & this tour encompasses the chapel, dining hall, Old Kitchen Bar, gardens & deer park as well as the Longwall Library which is only accessible via the guided tour.
We visited the Chapel (never seen brown stained glass windows before), loved the enchanting Cloisters (even on a rainy day), the Hall, Holywell Steam Bridge, the gardens, the stroll along the river to The Grove, w...
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Weston Library

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#21 of 168 things to do in Oxford
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.
Truly inspirational exhibition with so many of Tolkien’s original drawings – interesting to see how Middle Earth evolved.
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Radcliffe Camera

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#24 of 168 things to do 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
Located right in the centre of Oxford, the Radcliffe Camera is a must-see (as you can tell by the throngs of tourists outside!)
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Abbey Meadows

Abingdon, UK 3.6 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Abingdon
Fabulous play park for kids and lovely walk along to the loch.
We visited today for a stroll in the sunshine.

Bodleian Library

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#14 of 168 things to do in Oxford
It’s an absolutely fantastic library that has around 11 million books!! Stunning, Historical and followed through into a beautiful room naled divinity school to view one of the original Harry Potter filming sites...
The exhibition changes every so often but we saw a copy of the the Magna Carta , one of Shakespeare first folio's editions of plays, Handel's The Messiah manuscript with his notation and notes on it, and a gorgeou...
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Vale & Downland Museum

Wantage, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Wantage
Wonderful lego exhibition every year ,to engage all ages ,with things to find .Good food in cafe ,helpful staff and local history .Has many other activities throughout the year.
The museum backs on from The Tourist Information Office and there is also an extremely good café - breakfasts from 9.30am, tea and cakes / scones and light snacks catering for all tastes.

Balliol College

Oxford, UK 7.3 mi away
#22 of 168 things to do 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...
We had the experience of enjoying the evening meal in the magnificent dining hall decorated with portraits of some of the college's alumni including several Prime Ministers of the UK.
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Exeter College

Oxford, UK 7.3 mi away
#20 of 168 things to do in Oxford
All the colleges in Oxford are truly lovely but I must say that the Exeter college chapel and dining hall are breathtakingly beautiful!
Starting from this month Exeter is offering Cream Teas in the Jacobean Dining Hall for visitors wanting to take break.
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Oxford Canal

Oxford, UK 7.2 mi away
#27 of 168 things to do in Oxford
You must do a tour down the oxford canal, it’s fun and relaxing, it’s one of the attractions you must do, beautiful scenery,
We went to Oxford railway station by this canal.This is a very nice place to go for walking, It is very calm but pay attention to cyclists.
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Wadham College

Oxford, UK 7.5 mi away
#23 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Inmates can access the internet via the cloud and enjoy the sumptuous breakfast spreads in a majestic, Wadham dining hall.
Fantastic breakfast and lovely staff and fun to stay in student rooms.
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Sheldonian Theatre

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#18 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The Sheldonian Theatre was designed by Christopher Wren and built in 1669 and was paid for by the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon, hence the name.
Lovely views from the tower and well worth a visit.
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Trinity College

Oxford, UK 7.4 mi away
#25 of 168 things to do 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.
Great Gardens, Library, Dining Hall, and Chapel
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Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon, UK 3.5 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Abingdon
The chap was very knowledgeable of the area and told us of some lovely walks to try, and some places to visit.
Very interesting visit to this museum, lots of artefacts.

Didcot Railway Centre

Didcot, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Didcot
... do a job and seemed to really care about everyone’s experience, lodes to do for our little train enthusiasts, Model train, modelling balloons, music, trains everywhere and carriages decked out with games, vide...
We took my two young grandsons to this very active and nostalgic museum which is such an essential part of our nation's heritage and a wonderful reflection of UK's engineering past.