Venues for hire in Oxfordshire, suitable for a wide range of events such as wedding receptions, conferences, private dinner parties, birthday celebrations, Christmas parties and much more.
The Guildhall at Abingdon-on-Thames comprises five historic rooms in the heart of Abingdon’s ancient market place, just 6 miles from Oxford.
A civic centre in Wantage offering live events, cinema screenings, room hire, coffee shop, children's parties, classes and more.
A school of public policy at University of Oxford with a mission to inspire and support better government and public policy around the world.
Saïd Business School is the centre of learning for undergraduate and graduate students in business, management and finance at the University of Oxford.
A riverside restaurant in the heart of Oxford serving excellently cooked dishes crafted from the freshest seasonal ingredients and a terrace that floats on the waters of the River Thames.
A restaurant, punt station and wedding and events venue in an idyllic location on the banks of the River Cherwell.
The Oxford Union - an undiscovered gem in the heart of Oxford City. The Oxford Union has a tradition of hosting debates and speakers. For over two centuries, it has played host to some of the world’s greatest politicians and celebrities and has often found itself under the media spotlight. The Union was founded as a debating society, and indeed debating remains at the core of what we do. Every Thursday evening during the term, the Union hosts one of its main debates where members argue passionately about their conflicting beliefs - some of these debates reach far beyond the
About Kirtlington Park Located close to Oxford, Kirtlington Park is a breath-taking Palladian mansion set in glorious parkland, and Capability Brown landscaped gardens. The fabulous State Rooms, grounds and gardens, are available for exclusive hire and make the perfect setting for weddings, celebrations, events or filming. Weddings at Kirtlington Park Kirtlington Park is one of the finest country house wedding venues in Oxfordshire, and they offer the depth and breadth of styles to cater for all tastes and budgets. The Wedding Ceremony For your wedding ceremony, you can choose from a variety of stunning rooms – the most popular being
About Oxford Town Hall Opened by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales on 12 May 1897, Oxford Town Hall is a Victorian Grade II* listed building which hosts over 2,000 events throughout the year. It is located right in the heart of Oxford and is the home to the Museum of Oxford and the Town Hall Café and the administrative base of Oxford City Council. The Town Hall has seen the likes of the Rolling Stones and David Bowie take to its stage and Nelson Mandela accept his Freedom of the City Award. To this day, the building maintains
The West Oxford Community Centre is a vibrant community hub situated on Botley Road and surrounded by parks and play areas offering welfare, educational and recreational activities.