Most visitors to Oxford start by dropping in to the Oxford Tourist Information office. Another popular way to get familiar with the city is to take either a walking tour or a bus tour. The main operator of bus tours in oxford is Oxford city sightseeing which also operates similar services in many other cities around the world. If you would like to try something a little different there is also a ghost tour in oxford - more info at www.ghosttrail.org. There is also a free walking tour provided by footprints tours which you will not hear about at the Oxford Tourist Information office as they only recommend tours run by the county council - For details see the links below.
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October Half Term - Halloween Entertainment
(Sun 23rd Oct, 2016)
Halloween themed event with a maze of bones and various other spooky attractions!
Christmas Crafts Show
(Tue 15th Nov, 2016)
Enjoy Christmas shopping in style this year at Living Crafts for Christmas, 18th - 20th November, a highlight of the festive season at Blenheim Palace.