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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Stadhampton
#9 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
An amazing park and outdoor selection of trees, some of the trees here are supposed to be extinct, you can learn a lot about trees and there origins here, make sure you have your comfy footwear its about 147 acres...
Wonderful place for a day off - plenty of old, interesting trees, huge meadows and some flowering trees.

Partyman World Of Play

Oxford 4.9 mi away
#7 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Brilliant Halloween party lots of great fun And games thank you to the brilliant members of staff Nicole, Jordan, Tom Nicola, Shaun.
He had a great time and Sean was so welcoming and great fun for my son!

Waterperry Gardens

Wheatley 5.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wheatley
Great selection of plants and quiet walks a place to visit at any time of the year, lovely place to relax lovely Cafe and an excellent rural tools and machinery musuem will definately go again
Fantastic garden with a nursery (garden centre), gallery, Manor House, historic church, cafe and little museum!

Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary

Wallingford 5.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Wallingford
Well worth a visit to see how well looked after these animals are The donkeys have a huge space to roam free and are content creatures The centre has lots of information and many volunteers available to answer que...
what a lovely place to visit over 100 lovely friendly donkeys being so well cared for in wonderful surroundings.

Wheatly Birds of Prey Centre

Wheatley 4.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks 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.

Christ Church Meadow

Oxford 7.1 mi away
#3 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
What a delightful little find, I know it's a meadow and a river but the grounds are absolutely stunning, views of colleges/buildings in the background, past well kept cricket grounds, all the daffodils in bloom.
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.
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Oxford University Parks

Oxford 7.4 mi away
#1 of 26 Nature & Parks 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.
The park is a short walk from the centre of Oxford, it has lovely flower borders, a lovely walk down to the duck pond then along the path by by the river Isis.The park has lots of open space for picnics and have f...
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Abbey Meadows

Abingdon 6.5 mi away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Abingdon
Abbey Meadows has lots to entertain the whole family- large open air splash area, huge updated play ground, mini golf, tennis courts, open air pool, park, river walks etc.
Lovely play park for children of all ages, splash park, large area for picnics, boats to watch, possibly walk to the lock.
#5 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Great place to visit and relax from the busy city we loved the Lilly pads in the green house and planting enjoyed sitting in the sunshine listening to the water fountain short walk away from city recommend.
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...
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Exeter College

Oxford 7.3 mi away
#4 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
During a few days sightseeing in Oxford we fell in love with the place, the people and the buildings We managed a free tour of EXETER College and we were really amazed The gardens the buildings and the church or i...
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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#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Abingdon
Relaxing and lots of wildlife right on our doorstep.
Nature ramble

Abbey Gardens

Abingdon 6.4 mi away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Abingdon
A really beautiful, quiet garden with plenty of places to explore or sit down and relax.
If you like pleasant walks through beautiful, clean and well tended gardens - this is worth a visit.

Spindleberry Nature Park

Oxford 4.1 mi away
#23 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford

Oxford Canal

Oxford 8.0 mi away
#6 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
The towpath walk is a lovely way of escaping into the natural environment and enjoying the narrow boats moored and the wildlife that frequents the canal banks and water.
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,
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Watlington Hill

Watlington 5.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Watlington

Port Meadow

Oxford 9.1 mi away
#2 of 26 Nature & Parks 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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Florence Park

Oxford 5.5 mi away
#15 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Adored this park as a child and loved going back to UK and walking through it.
Tennis courts, play park, sandpit, little cafe, toilets, lots of space to run about.
#22 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford

South Park

Oxford 6.6 mi away
#13 of 26 Nature & Parks 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.
But, it's also a great park - with fitness trail and children's playground at the Warneford Lane end.

War Memorial Garden

Oxford 7.2 mi away
#12 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
They are beautifully kept, the architecture is stunning and it is so clean.
The grounds and architecture are simply amazing.
#20 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford

Millets Farm Falconry Centre

Frilford 10.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks 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...
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...

St John's College

Oxford 7.5 mi away
#11 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Continue walking straight into the garden which was originally laid out by 'Capability' Brown in the eighteenth century and currently recovering from the redevelopment necessary for the new library.
Founded in 1555 and named after John the Baptist, this college has some fantastic architecture in its Canterbury quad.
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Albert Park

Abingdon 7.0 mi away
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Abingdon
On the edge of Abingdon, bordered by Park Road and Park Crescent, lies this pleasant and varied suburban park, beloved of local dog walkers, with its centrepiece, the column and statue to Prince Albert.
The park itself contains specimen trees and is maintained by Christs Hospital of Abingdon which is the oldest of Oxfordshire’s charities and dates from 1553.

Corpus Christi College

Oxford 7.1 mi away
#14 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
The Chapel is well hidden within the College Bounds but I turned a handle and here I was in the most compact and beautiful Chapel.
The whole of the front quad on Merton Street is original and the quad's sundial is topped by a pelican, which is the colleges symbol.
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Bury Knowle Park

Oxford 6.4 mi away
#18 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford
Fairly large park ideal for an afternoon out with children.
Park good for everything
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks 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.

Meadow Lane Skate Park

Oxford 6.2 mi away
#25 of 26 Nature & Parks in Oxford

Aston Rowant Discovery Trail

Aston Rowant 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Aston Rowant
May is the time that the bluebells are mind blowing, try to get there around 4th as this is the season start depending on the weather.