Oxford Official Guided Walking Tours are co-ordinated by Visit Oxfordshire and the Oxford Guild of Guides. The tours cover a wide range of topics from an introduction to the city and its University to Inspector Morse, Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland and more.
Situated underneath Magdalen College Tower at the lower end of Oxford's world famous high street, you will find Magdalen Bridge Boathouse. Here you can hire traditionally crafted punts, rowing boats and pedalos or spoil yourself by hiring a chauffeured boat.
Oxford Explore is a cool way for you to explore the city using your smartphone. Access the mobile-friendly website full of archive films, interviews and illustrations of the city's most exciting stories and cultural hotspots. It's free to view, and can be seen on almost any smartphone without the need to buy an app.
Open top guided bus tour of Oxford city centre including the main university colleges. The city tour lasts approximately one hour and buses departs every 10/15 minutes in the summer and every 20/30 minutes in the winter (subject to traffic conditions).
You are hereby cordially invited to join Bill Spectre on his award-winning walking tour of Oxford's ghosts. Illustrated with props and illusions, your costumed guide (who is a professional actor and equity member) will entertain and horrify you through the streets of this most historic city.
Oxford has featured in many blockbuster films and TV programmes over the years. Follow in the famous footsteps of Harry Potter, Inspector Morse, the Golden Compass and others and explore some of those magical locations around the city and county. Download a trail and go on your own adventure!
Oxford Walking Tours have been operating from the blue gates of Trinity College on Broad Street for over 30 years. The University educated guides come with years of experience and local knowledge of the City and University.
Operates a daily 'tips only' walking tour of Oxford city centre. Also operates other walking and cycling tours at a fixed price.
The Cherwell Boathouse is an iconic Oxford punt station and restaurant on the banks of the river Cherwell. Established in 1904, the family run Boathouse now has over 80 handmade punts in the water and is an idyllic spot for punting, dining and picnics.
Salter's Steamers are a family firm that has provided first-class boat tours on the River Thames for over 150 years. One of the longest established firms on the Thames they have one of the largest fleets operating on the river. They also hire out punts, day-boats and other small craft.
Oxford River Cruises offers public cruises and private boat hire in historic Oxford. The most popular tour is their Oxford Experience Cruise along a fascinating stretch of the River, cruising down the university regatta course towards the quaint Iffley village.
Bainton Bikes are a friendly family run business specialising in bike hire and bike tours of the famous city at some of the best prices available. They have over 150 bikes for hire at their shop Walton Street Cycles with a huge variety of types available.