Activities in Oxford


Punting is a classic Oxford pastime, if you haven't been punting whilst seeing the sights you haven't done it properly. The beautiful river paths take you past many of the sights of Oxford which you get to see from a unique perspective. You will also enjoy the rivers lush scenery and landscapes as some route wend their way through the playing fields. You can get a punt from Magdalen Bridge, Folley Bridge, or Cherwell Boathouse. 

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Bus Tours

Sightseeing on one of the many Oxford tour busses is a great way to see a huge selection of Oxfords sights if you have limited time. The hop-on-hop-off bus tours help you to explore the sights and find out more about the city's vigorous culture. There are lots of opportunities to hop off the bus and check out the sights up close so you can make the most of your day.

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Walking Tours

If you like putting your best foot fowards then why not try a walking tour of the city? There are a plethora of knowledgeable and eager tour guides who can teahc you all about the Universitys and the city's history.

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David Lloyd

This sumptuous leisure centre placed in Nort Oxford has state of the art facilities which include; swimming pool, spa, tennis and squash courts, and much more. 

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Hinksey Heights Golf

Opened by Sir Bobby Robson in 2006 the Spires Golf Course can be played as 9 or 18 holes. The spectacular view from the golf course overlooks the Oxford spires. Well placed on the edge of the city there is plenty of parking and facilities to keep the whole family happy including a nature reserve.

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