Explore the 21-acre site to find each of Santa’s lost reindeer, culminating in a visit to the grotto to meet Santa.
Browse our guide to the best events featuring Planes, Trains, Boats, Automobiles and Motor Cycles in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.
Savour the sights, sounds and smells of steam; take unlimited rides behind the oldest working Engine No. 1340 ‘Trojan’ and the Guest Engine No. 2678 ‘Knowle’ who is visiting from the Kent and East Sussex Railway
The return of the family- and dog-friendly laid back Scramble open day to Bicester Heritage, the home of historic motoring.
A rare chance to see and ride behind three contrasting locomotives as 2999 “Lady of Legend”, recently-restored 1340 “Trojan”, powerful visiting engine Lambton Colliery No 29 and diesel hydraulic 9615 The Teddy Bear will all be working passenger trains.
Travel back in time to the golden age of the Great Western Railway and savour the sights, sounds and smells of steam as you explore this 21-acre living museum with trains dating from Victorian times to the 1960s.
From flying displays to static aircraft displays, as well as a great mix of re-enactment stalls, classic cars, country fayre, and arts and craft stalls – the Abingdon Air and Country Show has something for everybody.
A fun-filled weekend of live entertainment, Hot Air Balloons, Giant Funfair, Fireworks, Food and Drink, Local Traders and much more.
When you visit Didcot Railway Centre on one of their Steam Days, you can savour the sights, sounds and smells of steam and take unlimited rides on a historic train. You can also explore the spacious undercover areas of the Engine Shed, Carriage Display and Victorian Broad Gauge Exhibition.
A rare chance to see and ride behind three contrasting GWR passenger locomotives as 2999 “Lady of Legend”, No 4144 and newly-restored 1340 “Trojan” will all be in action and hauling passenger trains.
The Park and Gardens of the House will play host to over 400 hypercars and supercars including an array of the world’s most prestigious automotive legends.
More than two years in the making, Auto Royale at Waddesdon is a modern reimagining of what the traditional Concours d’Elegance can be. Modern British culture will meet world-class automotive machinery in the luxurious yet accessible settings of Waddesdon.
Salon Privé returns to Blenheim Palace with their most sensational line-up to date. For four days, the South Lawn will be overcome with the finest super and classic cars in the world, accompanied by luxury brands and exquisite hospitality to form the UK’s Most Exclusive Motor Show.
The 43rd Thames Traditional Boat Festival – popularly known as “The Trad” – will take place this year from 15 to 17 July on the picturesque Fawley Meadows at Henley-on-Thames.