Oxfordshire is an English county known around the world for its academic city of excellence, Oxford. There’s loads to do here from punting on the river to visiting the University colleges. Here are our reviews of tourist attractions in Oxfordshire, all based on personal visits…

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is a stately home near Oxford which is famous for being the birth place of former UK prime minister Sir Winston Churchill. It is the family seat of the Duke of Marlborough and the current building dates back … Continue readingBlenheim Palace

Botanic Garden, Oxford

Oxford Botanic Garden is Britain’s oldest Botanical garden and it’s located alongside the River Cherwell opposite Magdalen College. From the moment you enter, it’s a horticultural feast for the eyes with glass houses, a conservatory, rock garden, vegetable areas and … Continue readingBotanic Garden, Oxford

Oxford Castle & Prison

Oxford Castle & Prison is a visitor attraction based inside the old Oxford Castle which was a prison up until the mid 1990s. There are three main areas that you get to see on the guided tours.


More Things To Do In Oxford
Visit Oxford & Oxfordshire – Official Website
Oxford Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour
Hotels in Oxford – We recommend Hotels.com
Oxford Guide Books – Amazon.co.uk
Oxford City Guide – From our sister-site, Free-City-Guides.com