This central landmark, towering over what has been a crossroads for 1000 years, is the sole reminder of medieval St Martin's Church and...
There's no need to book for the 'free' two-hour walking tours (payment is by way of tips), just turn up at the departure point on Broad...
Exeter is known for its elaborate 17th-century dining hall and it's ornate Victorian Gothic chapel housing The Adoration of the Magi, a...
There's live music or DJs most nights at this independent venue, covering a wide spread of genres including indie rock, reggae, folk,...
Chiang Mai Kitchen
Authentic Thai cuisine in the heart of Oxford, complete with tear-jerkingly spicy som tum (spicy papaya salad), a range of curries...
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Oxford Union information
Oxford's legendary members' society is famous for its feisty debates, heavyweight international speakers 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. They depict scenes from the Arthurian legends but are difficult to see on bright days, as they surround the windows.