Oxford Covered Market
Exeter is known for its elaborate 17th-century dining hall and ornate Victorian Gothic chapel housing The Adoration of the Magi, a...
Oxford’s central landmark, towering over what has been a crossroads for 1000 years, is the sole reminder of medieval St Martin’s Church...
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...
Arguably the oldest pub in Oxford (there’s been a pub on this site since 1242), this atmospherically creaky place requires the...
Hidden up a scruffy staircase in the covered market and plastered with old cinema posters, this is a funky little cafe serving a bumper...
Oxford Covered Market information
Lonely Planet review
A haven of traditional butchers, fishmongers, cobblers, barbers, delis, little eateries and independent shops, this is the place to go for Sicilian sausage, handmade chocolates, traditional pies, funky T-shirts and wacky hats for weddings and/or the Ascot. If you’re in Oxford at Christmas, it’s a must for its traditional displays of freshly hung deer, wild boar, ostrich and turkey. Otherwise, it’s a good spot for lunch.