Oxford’s central landmark, towering over what has been a crossroads for 1000 years, is the sole reminder of medieval St Martin’s Church...
Oxford Covered Market
A haven of traditional butchers, fishmongers, cobblers, barbers, delis, little eateries and independent shops, this is the place to go...
Runs two-hour tours of Oxford city and colleges (adult/child £7/3.75) at 10.45am and 2pm year-round, and at 11am and 1pm in July and...
Live music nightly at this independent venue. From local DJs to indie rock, reggae, funk, hip hop, and drum and bass, to even the odd...
A mostly vegetarian south Indian brasserie a curry whiff away from the bus station, Chutneys attracts customers as much by its brightly...
Lonely Planet review
Oxford’s legendary members’ society is famous for its feisty debates, heavyweight international speakers (as well as odder guests, such as Kermit the Frog) and Pre-Raphaelite murals. Although most of the building is off-limits to nonmembers, you can visit the library to see the murals, which were painted between 1857 and 1859 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. The murals depict scenes from the Arthurian legends but are very difficult to see on bright days as they surround the windows.