This central landmark, towering over what has been a crossroads for 1000 years, is the sole reminder of Oxford's medieval St Martin's...
There's no need to book for the 'free' two-hour walking tours (payment is by tips); just turn up at the departure point on Broad St at...
Oxford Official Guided Walking Tours
Tours of Oxford city and colleges (10.45am and 1pm year-round, plus 11am and 2pm at busy times), along with a bewildering array of...
There's live music or DJs most nights at this independent venue, covering a wide spread of genres including indie, rock, reggae,...
Handle Bar Cafe & Kitchen
Hot on Oxford’s simmering coffee-culture scene, this bubbly bike-themed cafe gets packed with students, professionals and a few lucky...
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Oxford Union information
Oxford’s legendary members’ society is famous for its feisty debates, prominent international speakers and marvellous Pre-Raphaelite murals, painted between 1857 and 1859 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. Although most of the building is off-limits to nonmembers, you can visit the library to see the murals. They depict scenes from the Arthurian legends, such as Arthur’s first victory with the sword, but can be tricky to see on bright days, as they surround the flower-shaped windows.