June. Summer festivals, outdoor entertainment, theatrical delights, sporting spectacles, Royal events, and more, June is one of the most lively and exciting months to be in Oxfordshire. And here’s your guide to what to make time for.
From Exeter College to the Botanic Garden, explore our insider’s guide to an Oxford walking tour that focuses on British author Philip Pullman known for his bestselling series of books called His Dark Materials.
C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien are two of the most celebrated authors of the 20th century. Oxford was their home for many years and is still a place where their legacies are celebrated.
Oxford is a city steeped in history and culture, but it also boasts several contemporary art venues that showcase exciting and innovative work by emerging and established artists.
A Harry Potter walking tour in Oxford takes you to the real-life locations that inspired and were used in the filming of the Harry Potter movies.
A walking tour of Oxford University and the surrounding city is a popular way to explore the area and learn about its history and culture.
There are several walking tour operators in Oxford offering guided walking tours, hybrid bus and walking tour, and self-guided walking tours.
Walking tours of Oxford are an excellent way to explore the city’s rich history, culture, and architecture, and here’s your insider’s guide.
The first bank holiday of the year (and it’s a double!) usually means long brunches, vast lunches, opportunities to soak up spring, and a chance to celebrate renewal and hope.
April comes with a two-day bank holiday weekend and the occasional mild and sunny days. It’s time to properly commit to socialising again and to start planning for an amazing month with our selection of events and things to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.