City of Oxford Through Time

The city of Oxford has a long and prosperous history. First referenced by name in 912 as one of the ‘burghs’ or strengthened places that Ruler Alfred and his relatives had built to safeguard Wessex from the Vikings, Oxford has had a critical impact in a large number of the extraordinary verifiable occasions that have formed the country. In the twelfth century, the College of Oxford started to come to fruition, laying out the city as a focal point of realisation, which remains today. Join the creator on a nostalgic excursion around noteworthy Oxford, exhibiting probably the best structures and roads in this quintessentially English college city. Organized geologically, beginning in Carfax, the peruser ventures through the roads of Oxford to the streams Cherwell and Thames. City of Oxford Through Time makes sure to stir up nostalgic recollections for some.

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Things to Do in Oxford

Oxford Hotels: The Randolph Hotel. How to Visit, When to Stay

The Randolph Hotel

The Randolph Hotel, situated in the heart of Oxford, stands as a distinguished landmark of the city, attracting guests from around the world.

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Museums & Art Galleries

Antiques on High - Oxford Museums, Art Galleries and Antiques Shops

Antiques on High

Antiques on High is an antiques and art shop from Oxford founded in 1997 and open seven days a week. It has won several awards.

Aidan Meller Gallery - Oxford Museums and Art Galleries

Aidan Meller Gallery

Aidan Meller Gallery is one of Oxford’s longest-established specialist art galleries. They showcase modern, contemporary and old masters.

Historical Places

Oxford's Carfax Tower

Carfax Tower

Carfax Tower, in Oxford, is a 23-meter-high bell tower that used to belong to a 12th-century church. Here’s how to visit it (and why!).

24-26 Cornmarket Street. Image courtesy of Chuca Cimas.

24-26 Cornmarket Street, Oxford

24-26 Cornmarket Street, Oxford is a timber-framed building built in the late 14th century. It belonged to a wine merchant and was an inn.

Parks & Meadows

Punting on the Isis (River Thames) at Oxford.

The Isis (River Thames, Oxford)

The Isis is the name given to the part of the River Thames that flows through the city of Oxford, England. Here’s everything about it.

Shotover Country Park in Oxford

Shotover Country Park

Brasenose Wood is a woodland park featuring quiet walking paths and diverse flora. It’s also part of a larger nature reserve in Oxford.

Crocodiles of the World: The UK's Only Crocodile Zoo

Crocodiles of the World

Crocodiles of the World is a unique and fascinating attraction located in Oxfordshire and dedicated to crocodiles and their relatives.