Towns & Villages
Woodstock, eight miles north west of Oxford is often visited for two reasons: Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, and his grave in nearby Bladon. However, Woodstock has much more to offer...
It is a fine Georgian town with a distinct Royal heritage, containing many attractive period buildings: including the 17th century Fletcher’s House, home to the excellent Oxfordshire Museum and the Visitor Information Centre; the 18th century Town Hall; the Church of St Mary Magdalene with its Norman doorway, early English windows and a musical clock, which plays tunes hourly.
Woodstock is renowned for its antique shops but also has an interesting selection of other shops and galleries, as well as some excellent pubs and restaurants.
A museum which tells the personal lives of generations of men and women experienced through war.0.07 miles away
Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and home to the Duke of Marlborough, Blenheim Palace, one of...0.15 miles away
As well as over 30 buses on display, there are other numerous exhibits adding a period feel....1.75 miles away
Just 20 minutes from Banbury or Oxford takes you to the idyllic Heyford Wharf with its convenient...5.51 miles away
Charlbury Museum is an independent museum, run entirely by volunteers. Its five rooms are crammed...5.7 miles away
The Oxford Studio is a friendly, inviting place to meet friends, find books and education games...6.13 miles away
Arts centre for live music, theatre, film screenings. With a 200-seat theatre space and two...6.18 miles away
The Cotswold stone farm buildings grouped around the farmyard and the manor house beyond provide a...6.82 miles away
Oxford, famous for its Universities and the dreaming spires is home to one of Britain’s largest...7.1 miles away
Guided tours of the brewery every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The tour lasts approximately 45...7.2 miles away
Come and join us on a great day out with photo opportunities, feeding displays, crocodile talks...7.3 miles away
Collection of art and archaeology, from ancient Egypt to the 20thC. Paintings, sculpture, ceramics,...7.32 miles away
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History is a museum displaying many of the...7.53 miles away
Oxford Playhouse and its Burton Taylor Studio present and produce a wide range of live performance....7.57 miles away
The New Theatre, Oxford, is owned by The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) who are the biggest theatre...7.62 miles away
City Study Tours offers international visitors to the UK the opportunity to explore and experience...7.66 miles away