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#1 of 5 things to do in Wheatley
Fantastic garden with a nursery (garden centre), gallery, Manor House, historic church, cafe and little museum!
In addition to the garden there is a small museum which is well worth a visit as it has some amazing exhibits from bygone years including the Ronnie Barker till, complete with old coins and notes.
#2 of 5 things to do in Wheatley
A chance encounter led us to spend hours at this sanctuary in the company of Clive, his sister and his wonderful team (plus dogs, ferrets and wild barn owl).
We all then got to hold a barn owl and a kestrel which was amazing - seeing the birds so close up and hearing all about them.

AV Boats

Benson 8.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Benson
What an amazing way to spend a couple of hours in the sun great little boat!!!! very easy to use, very helpful staff to show us how to use the boat, highly recommend for days out with the children, my daughter...
Spent the most beautiful 3 hours on the river canoeing It' was peaceful and the views outstanding ... AV boats were of excellent quality as was the safety jackets and Vic clearly experienced ,knowledgeable and ver...
#3 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... is fabulous like a movie designed museum, the T-Rex is there to greet you when you enter and the interior design is just spectacular, a sheer joy to visit and look at the exhibits, make sure you make a donation.
This museum also runs excellent sessions for school children where the brilliant education staff fascinate with hands on objects, amazing facts and super stories.
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Pitt Rivers Museum

Oxford 5.4 mi away
#4 of 168 things to do in Oxford
V i P Excellent Pitt Rivers Museum thanks one of my new friends in UK who work in Kuwait who told me about it the Museum is free of charge with donation option its very nice one full of exhibits marvelous fantasti...
A collection of diverse and fascinating ‘things’ - one man’s curious and eccentric interests - since updated by thoughtful and respectful yet brave curators.
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#1 of 5 things to do in Haddenham
All the staff were so friendly and passionate about their jobs and we were very touched by all the great work that is done to help the animals and birds It's a must!!
We also enjoyed the skeletons of various animals on display, and the museum of 'Tiggywinkle' images from Beatrix Potter's Mrs Tiggywinkle to toys and puzzles and games.

Oxford University Parks

Oxford 5.3 mi away
#10 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Easy access to the city centre (10-15 minute walk), Headington/Marston (short cycle ride) & north Oxford/Jericho/Summerotwn (10-15 minute walk).
Lots of picnic spots and a perfect place to come with young children for a picnic and a bit of running around.
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Pendon Museum

Long Wittenham 8.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Long Wittenham
You can easily spend a couple of hours lost in a world of yesteryear with buildings and model railways wending their way through wonderful and beautifully crafted scenery.
... and we marveled at the minute details of towns that were represented here Ideal for families with children I’d think Easily doable It might seem slightly old fashioned but in a good way and I’d think there are...

Port Meadow

Oxford 6.9 mi away
#13 of 168 things to do in Oxford
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).
Accessible from the city centre, west Oxford and Wolvercote this fantastic old meadow full of grazing animals (local people able to use this as part of a historic charter).
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Iffley Lock

Oxford 4.8 mi away
#16 of 168 things to do in Oxford
You can have a walk and ride a bicycle, or be having a picnic if the weather nice :) it's kind of dream, comes from the heaven, peaceful, calm.
Fun boat ride to the lock

Abbey Meadows

Abingdon 8.2 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Abingdon
Fabulous play park for kids and lovely walk along to the loch.
The park is so clean and tidy, its great for kids of all ages and very well looked after.

Christ Church Meadow

Oxford 5.4 mi away
#15 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... lined walk to the river, we left the crowds behind, and thus had a lovely walk along the river and the meadows, with some great views over Magdalen college tower and the Christ Church buildings in a distance.
This lovely green space part of Oxford University Christchurch College is open free of charge to visitors is great for walking, picnics, sitting by the river that runs alongside often with people rowing or punting.
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Oxford Canal

Oxford 6.1 mi away
#27 of 168 things to do in Oxford
If you continue to walk north, you come to Wolvercote where there are several pubs to choose from and a number 6 bus back to the City Centre.
Narrowboat on the Oxford Canal Was Unique and Memorable
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Partyman World Of Play

Oxford 4.3 mi away
#30 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Brilliant Halloween party lots of great fun And games thank you to the brilliant members of staff Nicole, Jordan, Tom Nicola, Shaun.
Had a birthday party in September recently Nicole was amazing all the staff were to be fair they made my son and all the kids feel really welcome Nicola was brilliant And Cosmo the Dragon was fantastic to thank yo...

University of Oxford

Oxford 5.7 mi away
#6 of 168 things to do 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...
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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The Story Museum

Oxford 5.5 mi away
#38 of 168 things to do in Oxford
This was a return visit and so the children were a couple of years older (7 and 4 - both love books) and spent a significant amount of time exploring the museum.
This charming attraction takes you through a series of rooms and activities linked to story telling in all its forms.
#40 of 168 things to do in Oxford
We visited the park on a hot summers day and managed to park in the carpark easily, We had a relaxing walk and ate a picnic whilst there followed by an icecream to cool us down.
Great place for a picnic on a sunny day.

Creation Theatre Company

Oxford 5.9 mi away
#2 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Absolutely brilliant - small cast who did an amazing take on an old classic, good ambiance, solid performance from each and every cast member.
... 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 classic as Charles Dickens' Bleak House to see expectations were high!
#9 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Free museum but they suggested £5 donation which is an excellent price when you consider you're walking around the oldest museum in the world and viewing some incredible and interesting antiquities
Good museum, plenty to see, several floors, paintings, statues several artifacts through the ages of history, well worth a visit, allow maybe a couple of hours, there is plenty to read and see.
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#26 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The greenhouses hold incredible exotic species, with an entire section devoted to carnivorous plants; the grounds themselves are lovely and excellent to wander, have a picnic, or just sun yourself; the location ne...
The gardens are stunning, we had a couple of hours walking around, the weather was amazing which helped but even on a busy August Saturday it was peaceful and pleasant, after many years living in Oxford I'd never...
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Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon 8.3 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Abingdon
Fascinating displays in the attic and in the museum including excellent Great War footage of the 1919 Peace parade in the town.
The Ichthyosaurus skeleton that was discovered locally was very impressive The museum is free, but they ask for a donation.

Brill Windmill

Brill, UK 6.2 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Brill
You then walk up hill back into Brill and walk through the heart of this very pretty village.
What a pretty village with the windmill and thatched cottages.
#43 of 168 things to do in Oxford
I spent a lovely couple of hours wandering around the wild flower meadow and the woods (where there are pigs).
Please note: There are nice toilets by the main entrance (Peacock Lodge, the Education Centre) There is no cafe, so bring picnic food / drink as needed There is plenty of available parking It is on the X39 and X40...

Florence Park

Oxford 4.1 mi away
#82 of 168 things to do in Oxford

Headington Shark

Oxford 3.7 mi away
#35 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Designed by sculptor John Buckley and constructed by local carpenter Anton Castlau, the shark caused something of a stir when it first appeared, particularly with Oxford City Council planning department, but it is...
It’s pretty cool to see a shark sticking out of a roof, a great photo opportunity :) super easy to find as it’s on a residential street.

War Memorial Garden

Oxford 5.4 mi away
#50 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The garden can be seen juxtaposed against the historic Christ Church buildings along the north edge of Christ Church Meadow, from a popular walking path that begins/ends at the gate on St.Aldate's Street.
If you like these gardens visit Worcester College which is about 3 minutes walk from the Ashmolean - entrance is free and the college is usually open 2pm till 5pm outside term times.

South Park

Oxford 4.6 mi away
#54 of 168 things to do in Oxford
South Parks in St Clements a short walk from the city centre is a large multilayered park full of wonderful trees and large open spaces ideal for social gatherings picnics and games.
perfect for dogs, walking, picnic, sun bathing and everything else!

Rectory Farm

Stanton Saint John 2.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Stanton Saint John
Kids loved the tractor ride bargain at only 50p or £1.50 for the family.


Beckley 4.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Beckley

Thame Museum

Thame 6.4 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Thame
Staff so friendly, loved their beautiful and informative displays of their village, WW 1, children would enjoy this museum too.
Great source of local history and it's free.