Days Out in Oxfordshire

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  • Founded in 1683, the Ashmolean Museum is the most significant museum of art and archaeology in the heart of Britain, and the finest university museum in the world. Its collections are large, rich and...
    • 2FOR1 Cezanne and the Modern

  • Students with an NUS Extra card can save even more on their rail fares with 10% off CrossCountry Advance tickets. Plus, you can still use your Railcard to save even more. Go to the CrossCountry...
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  • Bicester is situated in North East Oxfordshire and has a traceable history of over a thousand years - it was recorded in the Domesday book. It is a busy market town and also home to Bicester Village...
    • Bicester North 2 Pay 4 Travel

  • The town is overlooked by beautiful Chiltern landscape of wooded hills and green fields. Just a few strides from the riverbank is the very heart of Henley with its historic church, town hall...
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  • The older university, Oxford - the 'City of Dreaming Spires', has seen more history than her rival Cambridge. The colleges are quite beautiful and her spires remain eternally tranquil, but there is a...
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  • The carrymyluggage.com service provides luggage delivery services on weekdays throughout the UK. The 'door to door' facility can remove the inconvenience and struggle normally associated...
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  • Oxford is renowned for its prestigious University. Shop at the covered market, visit the Modern Art Museum or stroll through the University botanical gardens. Nearby Woodstock offers the magnificent...
    • Superbreak Oxford Hotels

  • Bicester Village is home to over 120 luxury outlet boutiques set around delightful open-air pedestrianised streets, offering up to 60 per cent off previous seasons' collections from the...
    • Britain's oldest botanical garden arranged in attractive, sympathetic and exciting ways.The Garden consists of three sections. The Glasshouses contain plants that need protection from the...
      • Carfax Tower stands at the conjunction of St. Aldate's, Cornmarket, Queen, and High Street in central Oxford. The name Carfax, derives from the French "carrefour", or "crossroads", and the tower's...

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