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Keeping you updated with events, news, and activities from this beautiful and vibrant city.
Make the most of your experience being an international student at Oxford Brookes. Our university is located in a sublime location, the city of Oxford is full of green spaces, social spots and a wide variety of cultural events.
Something for every taste (and budget!), get your comfy shoes (or fancy ones, it depends), get lost, discover and enjoy!
Contained in a gorgeous building across from the Randolph Hotel, the Ashmolean has paintings, coins, musical instruments, antiquities, statues of deities, and a must see Egyptian exhibit. Cafe and Museum Shop.
Modern Art Oxford is a leading UK contemporary art space with an international reputation for inspirational and innovative programmes. The gallery is located in central Oxford and provides free entry for all.
Founded in 1860 as the centre for scientific study at the University of Oxford, the Museum of Natural History now holds the University’s internationally significant collections of geological and zoological specimens.
The Pitt Rivers Museum displays archaeological and
objects from all parts of the world and all time periods. It is truly a global museum. The museum is also a
teaching and research
institution and the curators are also university lecturers in either cultural anthropology or prehistoric archaeology. A number of
are taught to both graduate and undergraduate studies.
The city centre of Oxford can be covered on foot. You'll find plenty fascinating historic sites to visit! Here some suggestions of Oxford best-loved landmarks:
The Radcliffe Camera
The Bodleian Library
The Bridge of Sighs
The University Church
The Sheldonian Theatre
The Examinations School
Please find here a full list of Oxford Colleges and their websites
Oxford is a paradise for foodies. The whole city is full of nice cafes and restaurants, however you will find a wide variety in two main areas, Cowley Road and Jericho. It is a long list, here some of our recommendations on independent coffee
shops and charming restaurants. But remember, the best way to discover the best places is exploring the city, getting lost. Enjoy!
The Handle Bar
Vaults & Garden Cafe
Taylors Sandwich & Deli
The Missing Bean Cafe
George Street Social
The Jericho Cafe
The Oxford Wine Cafe
Gail's Artisan Bakery
Thirsty Meeples Board Game Cafe
Chiang Mai Restaurant
Sushi Corner Oxford
Al-Shami Lebanese restaurant
Pubs, a blend of tradition, British culture and student life.
Discover the oldest pubs in Oxford, learn about their fascinating History and famous patrons.
The Bear Inn
The Eagle and Child
The Turf Tavern
Some recommendations here:
Oxford New Theatre
Arts at the Old Fire Station
The North Wall Arts Centre
Some recommendations here to go for nice walks in beautiful outdoor spaces. Good for the mind and the soul, enjoy!
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park
Christ Church Meadow
University of Oxford Botanic Gardens
Some independent and charming cinemas here:
The Picture House Oxford
Ultimate Picture Palace
Perfect one day trip in Oxfordshire, very easy to reach from Oxford city centre by bus, only 20 minutes.
Home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough and his family and the birth place of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting a long and diverse history.
The S3 bus service to Woodstock runs every 30 minutes from Oxford train station and Oxford's Gloucester Green bus station to the gates of Blenheim Palace. Please ask the bus driver to identify the appropriate stop.
Oxford Bus Company's 500 service leaves from Oxford Parkway and stops at Blenheim Palace and Woodstock.
Keep an eye on their website for updates of events and activities at Blenheim Palace during the year.