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A rich culture and history exists here
Oxfordshire is hailed as one of the most beautiful counties in England, with the gentle rolling hills of the Cotswolds and an abundance of historic landmarks to visit.
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The birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, this stunning English Baroque-style estate was built in the early 1700’s and will give you a sense of old-fashioned architectural grandeur.
This historic institution is certainly worth a visit. The layout of the buildings makes it a brilliant place to enjoy a tour, as they are spread out across the city of Oxford. You can find tours by bike, bus and even rickshaw with themes like architecture, literature and of course, the legacy of this iconic academic destination.
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
Kids and adults alike love meeting the animals on their visit to Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, from the penguins to the giraffes, and every adorable creature in between.
If you want to shop ‘til you drop, Westgate Oxford is exactly what you’re looking for. With over 100 stores, featuring designer brands and high street favourites, retail therapy here is on another level.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History
A dynamic and experiential museum, The Oxford University Museum of Natural History is always a hit with visitors of all ages, especially when it comes to the Sensing Evolution exhibition. Better still, entry is free every day!
From professional gigs to wonderfully crafted theatre from the students of Oxford University, there's always something going on here.
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The Silverstone Experience is an exhilarating 3 hour journey through the historic past and the goals for the future of British motor racing.
New Theatre Oxford
Managed on behalf of the National Trust, Waddesdon Manor was built in the late 1800's and is home to the Rothschild Collections of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts.