Collection: Parks, Gardens and Nature Reserves in Oxfordshire
The Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest in the UK and a year-round oasis of biodiversity with nearly 6,000 different types of plant.
Shotover Country Park offers a chance to enjoy a place of beauty and history right on the edge of Oxford with spectacular views across south Oxfordshire.
Nestled close to Oxford city, Otmoor is one of the largest inland wetland complexes in the country, and home to a huge amount of wildlife, rare species and impressive wildlife spectacles.
Port Meadow is one of the largest open spaces in the north of the city, and with unrestricted access, it can be enjoyed by all.
Located in the far north of the city, Cutteslowe and Sunnymead is the largest park in Oxford with plenty of space to play and so much to keep everyone busy.
About Great Coxwell Barn Set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, Great Coxwell Barn is the sole surviving part of a thriving 13th-century grange. The Great Barn was built of Cotswold […]
Christ Church Meadow is a large tranquil pasture area in the heart of Oxford city, owned by Christ Church College, bordering the Cherwell and Isis rivers.
About South Park South Park is a park on Headington Hill in east Oxford, England. It is the largest park within Oxford city limits. It is open all day, every […]
About Rye Farm Meadow, Abingdon Visit the tranquil setting of Rye Farm Meadow in Abingdon-on-Thames to enjoy a glass or two of Prosecco. This relaxing meadow alongside the River Thames […]
Greys Court is a Tudor country house and delightful gardens in the idyllic setting of the southern Chiltern Hills at Rotherfield Greys, near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire.
About Farmoor Reservoir Farmoor Reservoir is a man-made reservoir situated five miles west of Oxford. Split into two lakes, it covers an area of 400 acres in the heart of […]
Explore this 400 acres man-made reservoir in the heart of Oxfordshire, surrounded by beautiful countryside with woodland views and the River Thames nearby.