Browsing local attractions within 1 mile of Isis River
Oxford Trails Depart from outside, Oxford Castle Unlocked, New Road, Oxford, OX1 3AY, Tel: , Email(1 miles, 1 km)
Walk Route: From Oxford Castle Unlocked or Oxford VIC 30mins later
'You are hereby cordially invited to Join Bill Spectre on his award winning theatrical ghost trail of Oxford.'
Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP, Tel: 01865 790050, Email(0 miles, 1 km)
The Story Museum harnesses the power of stories to inspire learning and enrich lives, especially young lives. The current immersive exhibition, 26 Characters, runs until 2 November. www.storymuseum.org.uk
Rose Lane, Oxford, OX1 4AZ, Tel: 01865 286690, Email(1 miles, 1 km)
The oldest botanic garden in the UK displays over 7,000 different species in a grade 1 listed garden with exotic glasshouses, water & rock gardens and beautiful boarders. The garden has events for all ages throughout the year.
St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3JP, Tel: 01865 277300(1 miles, 1 km)
The richest of all the colleges, St John's was founded in 1555; its quadrangles and decorative drainpipes are second to none. College grounds include a carriage drive, rockery and iimmaculate lawns carpeted with spring bulbs.
Merton Street, Oxford, OX1 4JF, Tel: 01865 276700(0 miles, 1 km)
Founded in 1517 Corpus Christi is one of the smallest, most beautiful and unchanged colleges. Its pelican topped (symbolising Christ's self-sacrifice) sundial and perpetual calendar in the middle of the old carriage drive is an Oxford icon.
Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3AZ, Tel: 01865 277299, Email(1 miles, 1 km)
The Theatre is a Grade I listed building and is the ceremonial hall for Oxford University. Holding up to 750 people, it is an excellent venue for corporate award ceremonies, presentations, short lectures and talks.
Oxford Canal, Oxford, OX1, Tel: (1 miles, 2 km)
The Oxford Canal runs for 77 miles from the historic city of Oxford to rural Hawkesbury, just outside Coventry. Managed and maintained by British Waterways, it meanders gently through a predominantly rural landscape and villages.
Radcliffe Square, Oxford, OX1 4AJ, Tel: 01865 277000(1 miles, 1 km)
A large circular building with a lofty dome, was built by James Gibbs between 1737 and 1749 with money bequeathed by John Radcliffe (1650-1714), and was designed to house a library endowed by Radcliffe. CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
Oxford City Council, St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BX, Tel: 01865 252351, Email(0 miles, 1 km)
A victorian building opened in 1897 and still used for local government. Original rooms such as the Court Room and Council Chambers are available to view as is the City Plate Collection. Also home to the Museum of Oxford.
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1, Tel: (1 miles, 1 km)
The University Parks - about 70 acres (30 hectares) of parkland beside the River Cherwell, plus a 4 acre (1.5 hectare) spur of land running towards the south. Feel free to picnic and play ball games - but don't climb the trees.
Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP, Tel: 01865 353527, Email(1 miles, 1 km)
Oxford University Press is a department of Oxford University and is the world's leading academic publisher.
Saxon Tower, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, OX1 3EY, Tel: 01865 255776, Email(1 miles, 1 km)
Oxford's oldest Church Tower, part of city wall of oxford, Some of the oldest stained Glass windows. Cell door of Thomas cranmer who was Imprisoned in the Bocardo Prison which was attached to the Tower Above North Gate.