Address: Woodstock OX20 1PP, United Kingdom.
This palace is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage site. It attracts visitors with stunning English Baroque style architecture. It was built in the 1700s and functioning as the home to the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. It spreads around 28000 square meters and considered a monumental country house. Popular attractions are The Triumph of the Duke of Marlborough, Saloon with murals, great hall ceiling, tomb of the first duke, library, etc.
Address: Broad St, Oxford OX1 3AZ, United Kingdom.
This theatre is named after Gilbert Sheldon who was the chancellor of the University of Oxford. It was built between 1664 and 1668 to conduct Oxford University Ceremonies and public concerts. It has an attractive eight-sided cupola in the center of the roof with large windows on all sides. It has a seating capacity of 800 to 1000 people at a time.
Address: Rose Ln, Oxford OX1 4AZ, United Kingdom.
This is the oldest scientific garden in the World and the oldest Botanical garden in Great Britain. It was established in 1621 with the greatest collection of 7000 species of plants. It spreads around 4.5 acres and if you are a nature lover, this would be a paradise for you. It has attractive walled gardens, glasshouses, water and rock gardens, etc.
Address: Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PW, United Kingdom.
This museum attracts visitors with several displays of Oxford University’s natural history specimens. The whole museum is classified into four different sections like the mineralogy and petrology collection with 30,000 mineral specimens across the world, geology collection with 375,000 specimens of Jurassic vertebrates and invertebrates, entomology collection with over 5 million specimens and zoology collection with 250,000 specimens especially remains of Dodo.
Address: Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2PH, United Kingdom.
This is the first University museum with some of the greatest collection of art and archaeology collections. Amazing galleries you can find here are Western and Eastern Art, The Cast Gallery, Antiques and the Heberden Coin Room. It has attractive Neo-classical architectural style and you can now find a Nubia and ancient Egypt galleries too over here.
Address: Museum Of Natural History, Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PW, UK.
This museum was established in 1884 and named after British Army Officer Augustus Pitt Rivers and a renowned archaeologist. He dedicated most of the archaeological collections to this museum. This is a part of University of Oxford. Popular attractions that you must visit here are Defensive Weapons, Methods of Making Fire, African Metalworking, Masks, Animals and beliefs: Ancient Egypt and Body Arts: Scarification, etc.
Address: St Aldate's, Oxford OX1 1DP, United Kingdom.
This is a constituent college with some classic buildings. This is running in collaboration with the college and cathedral of the Oxford diocese. It has attractive Gothic architecture and you can find two amazing monuments like Tom Tower, Tom Quad, and Gothic Cathedral.
Address: Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BG, United Kingdom.
Take a visit to the second largest library in the UK. This was used as a major Research Library of Oxford University with some greatest collection of books. It houses 12million books and was opened in 1602. It consists of five buildings with attractive architecture.
Address: Oxford OX1 2JD, United Kingdom.
Your journey at Oxford wouldn’t be complete without visiting the World famous University. Oxford University is the second-oldest university in the World. It was established in the 11th century and popular attractions in this research University are library, chapel, dining, bars, Gothic towers, etc.
Address: Oxford OX1 1AZ, United Kingdom.
This castle was founded in 1073 is a Norman Medieval Castle and most of the castle was destroyed in the English Civil War in the 18th century. Popular things to explore here are St.George Tower-the oldest building in Oxford and enjoy panoramic views, St.George Chapel, Debtor’s Tower, Prison D wings, etc.