Attractions in Oxford

Covered Market

Discover  the Covered Market and it's long and varied history dating back to the 1770's. Take time to explore Oxford's Covered Market and it's wide range of shops and stalls.

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History & Pitt Rivers Museum

The Oxford University's Museum of Natural History houses Oxford University's scientific collections of entomological, geological, and zoological, specimens. Take time to appreciiate the Museum building which is renowned for its Neo-Gothic architecture and is Grade 1 listed.

The Pitt Rivers Museum, directly adjacent to  Oxford University's Museum of Natural History,  houses Oxford University's  collections of anthropology and world archaeology.

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Oxford Castle

The site has been a place of imprisonment since the 11th century, continuing until the closure of HM Prison Oxford in 1996. The few preserved original  Castle buildings are open to the public to explore.

"Visitors to Oxford Castle -Unlocked will learn about the real people and events from the sites turbulent past: the first Oxford teachings, the owners, visionaries, activists and inmates." -

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Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford is a leading UK contemporary art space with an international reputation for inspirational and innovative programmes. The gallery entry is free for all.

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Cotswold Wildlife Park

Cotswold Wildlife Park is 160 acres of beautiful parkland  and is home to a wide variety of animal species.

Cotswold Wildlife Park is an excellent day out for all. Along with all the animals, there is a restaurant, picnic shelters, walled gardens, adventure playground and a narrow-gauge railway.

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