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#1 of 1 things to do in Milton Common

The Abbey Cinema

Abingdon 10.5 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Abingdon
State of the art sound, comfy seats and lots of space, but best of all, with a kitchen and licensed bar, it brings the option of restaurant service of food and drinks to your seats, including cabaret-style tables...
Lovely staff, great bar, comfy seats and really worth supporting ahead of the ‘big name’ cinemas.
#3 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The beautiful building, the gorgeous displays, the fascinating facts and most of all the variety, it has everything!! Interactive exhibits you can’t help yourself from feeling and stroking and spending hours explo...
I always enjoy the array of stuffed animals on show; the addicted Pitt Rivers Museum is also suitably gory, with a number of fascinating artefacts on display (including shrunken heads).
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Pitt Rivers Museum

Oxford 9.0 mi away
#4 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... have an impressive collection of interesting artefacts from around the world, you could easily spend a day there if you want to really explore the place or just a few hours to see a little bit from everything.
The younger grandson was particularly fascinated by the dinosaur skeletons on the ground floor whilst the older one loved the huge range of armour and weapons on the higher floors.
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#1 of 168 things to do in Oxford
... it was a fantastic insight into what is to come.. Add fabulous Gin and Vodka on top and you get a really great Distillery experience.. Take the opportunity and get on the tour now and experience their journey...
Having opted for city centre collection we were promptly collected by the MD and transported to the distillery in the comfort of the minibus where we had a thoroughly informative and enjoyable tour and tasting, le...
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#11 of 168 things to do in Oxford
We had a great day visiting the museum learning a lot and seeing fantastic things from around the world in the same place beautifully organised Great place to spend a few hours with the family in a cold winter day
The special exhibition of Raphael drawings was perfectly presented and explained, and the regular galleries are wonderful with artwork and artefacts from all over the world throughout history.
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Bodleian Library

Oxford 8.8 mi away
#14 of 168 things to do 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.
There have been additions to the library building; the latest being the Weston library which has a great good value cafe, clean toilets and a free exhibition of various items drawn from the Bodleian collection.
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Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery

Henley-on-Thames 11.5 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
Excellent couple of hours spent with Pat our guide who was very knowledgeable and had a good humour,well worth the drive from down Birmingham,the roads from the M40 to the vineyard are a bit narrow so be be alert,...
Excellent stay in the poolhouse helped by the weather, spent the afternoon in the hot tub drinking blood orange liqueur and English sparling wine, lovely, then an excellent tour of vineyards, brewery and winemakin...
#1 of 4 things to do in Chinnor
What a great few hours taking our 5 year old Grandson on the steam train ride from Chinnor to Princes Risborough, he loved it so much asked if we could go on it again, so we did, he loved the huge teddy bears and...
Had a lovely time with a cream tea (scones were really light and fluffy!) and the crew were informative about the history and the links to Midsomer Murders.

Weston Library

Oxford 8.9 mi away
#22 of 168 things to do 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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Oxford Castle & Prison

Oxford 9.2 mi away
#7 of 168 things to do 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!).
... to hear the story – and Geoffrey of Monmouth who wrote an early history of the Kings of Britain (1138) including King Arthur which is available to read in print and electronically – well worth a visit - thank you
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Dorchester Abbey

Dorchester-on-Thames 7.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Dorchester-on-Thames
We happened by on a Tuesday morning which is the weekly coffee morning but which meant we also got a great summary of the 1500 year history of the building down to its current use a a parish church.
The museum within the abbey grounds is certainly worth a visit and though small, it has some interesting exhibits from local digs.

The Raymond Blanc Cookery School

Great Milton 1.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Great Milton
The chef, Mark, was a great teacher giving tips and kitchen lore throughout the session, getting us students to sip, smell and sample a range of delights from a summer vegetable soup through to raspberry mousse.
We had demonstrations of how to make everything that we cooked, plus other recipes and even found time for a tour of the vegetable garden.

Pendon Museum

Long Wittenham 9.4 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 !!.
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.

Nuffield Place

Henley-on-Thames 9.9 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
... to the house, which is operated by NT volunteers and which becomes very busy and there is often lengthy delays for tea's and coffee's.The House and grounds are well worth a visit and there is ample car parking.
This is a fantastic National Trust property, Nuffield Place reveals the surprisingly down-to-earth lives of Lord Nuffield, founder of the Morris Motor Company, and his wife.

History of Science Museum

Oxford 8.9 mi away
#31 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Lovely staff and free entry, worth a visit - especially if you’re interested in Science/Mathematics. Probably takes an hour or so to go around.
A lovely museum in Broad street Oxford...... Set over three floors with displays of mathematical & scientific equipment in glass cabinets....
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Merton College

Oxford 8.7 mi away
#12 of 168 things to do 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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Christ Church

Oxford 8.9 mi away
#19 of 168 things to do in Oxford
A highlight of our recent trip to Oxford was worshipping with the officiant, organist and choristers of Christ Church Cathedral during their weekly choral evensong service.
Steeped in history & beautiful architecture it was lovely strolling through the grounds & reading up on its many famous past students.Dont visit Oxford without popping your head in here!
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Sheldonian Theatre

Oxford 8.9 mi away
#18 of 168 things to do in Oxford
In the auditorium, the stand out feature is the stunning ceiling, but to see a real wonder climb the 100 steps up to the roof space, which is a miracle of design and construction engineering, and then the Cupola i...
Audio guide to help navigate your way through the history of theatre used for university matriculation and graduation ceremonies.
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Orchard View Farm

Aylesbury, UK 8.8 mi away
#6 of 42 things to do in Aylesbury
Enjoyed a visit with friends today - food was great & the kids enjoyed playing on the bails of hay, tractor & seeing the animals (including rare white deer)!
The home made cakes are some of the best I have ever tasted, especially the Coffee and Walnut, and The Guinness Cakes.

Partyman World Of Play

Oxford 7.3 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...

Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon 10.6 mi away
#4 of 20 things to do in Abingdon
Very interesting visit to this museum, lots of artefacts.
Both members of staff on duty were welcoming and very helpful.

The Story Museum

Oxford 8.9 mi away
#38 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The dressing-up room with its throne complete with fanfares was great fun and the children were enthralled to walk through the wardrobe to visit Narnia.
One in which there were many costumes kids could use to play, other with many books, other with a huge bed...would definitely visit again soon.

Keble College

Oxford 9.0 mi away
#28 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The painting of The Light of the World is stunning and hangs beautifully in the Sacristy of their beautiful chapel.
Conveniently close to the Museum of Natural History and Pitt Rivers.

Oriel College

Oxford 8.8 mi away
#37 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Soak up the amazing atmosphere here of hundreds of years of studying, learning and old England at it's best!
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Oxford New Theatre

Oxford 9.1 mi away
#39 of 168 things to do in Oxford
A friend and I visited to see the Rocky Horror Show this month.
... visit here again as we took the park & ride from Redbrige for just £6.80 for a family ticket to park for the day including the bus which stops right outside the Theatre in the city centre so no parking issues.
#17 of 168 things to do in Oxford
The University Church of St Mary just off the High Street in Oxford is beautiful Some amazing architecture throughout and a wonderful atmosphere A definite must visit
... also worth taking a seat in the Church and admiring the 19th-century stained-glass window showing the Tree of Jesse and checking out the memorial to the victims of the Reformation, both Protestant and Catholic.
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Radcliffe Camera

Oxford 8.8 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
It a fascinating academic historical background and good views of it can be found from the spire of St Mary's Church next to it.
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All Souls College

Oxford 8.7 mi away
#33 of 168 things to do in Oxford
It is architecturally distinct from any of the other colleges and although Christ Church, Magdalene and Exeter are always worth a visit, this place is just a bit special mainly as it is set astride the Radcliffe c...
The college is located on the High Street and is truly majestic and is a must see if you are in Oxford city centre.
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Oxford Playhouse

Oxford 9.1 mi away
#52 of 168 things to do in Oxford
Easily accessible - I'd recommend park and ride, with plenty to do just outside the theatre.
I decided to use the Park and Ride at Peartree as car parking in the city centre looks limited and a tad pricey, although there is one very close.