Explore Oxford's enchanting Covered Market which has been
around for over two centuries and has a long,
varied and interesting heritage.
It dates back to the 1770's and there is a rich tapestry of experience and
expertise that has shaped this unique trading environment.
For further details visit
Oxford University Museum of Natural History & Pitt
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History houses the
University's scientific collections of zoological, entomological and geological
specimens. The Museum itself is a Grade 1 listed building, renowned for its
spectacular Neo-Gothic architecture.
The Pitt Rivers Museum is attached to the East side of the
Oxford University Museum of Natural History and cares for the University of
Oxford's collection of anthropology and world archaeology.
For visiting information visit www.oum.ox.ac.uk and
The site has been used as a place of incarceration since
1071, continuing until the closure of HM Prison in 1996. The old buildings have
been preserved and are now open to the public revealing a time capsule – allowing
the buildings to tell their story. Visitors to Oxford Castle -Unlocked will learn about the
real people and events from the sites turbulent past: the first Oxford
teachings, the owners, visionaries, activists and inmates
For more details visit
Modern Art Oxford
The South East's leading gallery for the presentation of
modern and contemporary visual art.From landmark solo presentations to
pioneering group exhibitions, visiting Modern Art Oxford will keep you up to
date with the most exciting developments in international art.
For further information visit www.modernartoxford.org.uk
Cotswold Wildlife Park
Set in over 160 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland and
gardens, the park is home to an amazingly diverse collection of animals. As
well as an abundance of animals there is also a restaurant, picnic shelters,
walled gardens, adventure playground and a narrow-gauge railway.
Visit www.cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk for
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