Oxford, known as 'the city of dreaming spires', world famous for the prestigious University, the oldest university in the English speaking world. There are many attractions to see in Oxford including; The Ashmolean Museum, Bridge of sighs, Bodleian Library, Blenheim Palace, Cherwell Boathouse, Christ Church and many more.
Inspector Morse Tours
Follow in the footsteps of the city's celebrated TV detective, created by Oxford author Colin Dexter. Visit the scenes of Inspector Morse's best-known cases, with lots of lively anecdotes along the way.
There are many more recommended walking tours of Oxford including: Ghost Walks, University and College Tours, Oxford Film Sites, Literary Tour, Tudor Oxford or see the city on an open top bus with City Sightseeing Oxford.
St Giles Fair
Oxford's annual traditional street fair. A wide variety of attractions, some large, some small, ranging from a coconut shy to super rides that are similar to those found at amusement parks. Since the nineteenth century, St Giles Fair has been held on the Monday and Tuesday following the first Sunday after St Giles Day (1st September).
360 degree tour of St Giles Fair
Oxford Tourist Information Centre
15-16 Broad Street, Oxford. OX1 3AS