Oxford

Oxford successfully combines its role as a first-class academic and cultural centre, a tourist haven and a modern industrial city. Accommodation is difficult to find in the heart of the city, but the surrounding area has more to offer. The typical accommodation is detached, two-storey housing with w...

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Mother Goose

2 December - 15 January. Written and directed by Peter Duncan, Mother Goose promises all the favourite Oxford Playhouse pantomime ingredients such as heroes and villains, slapstick humour and songs....
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Buscot Park & The Faringdon Collection

Until 30 Sept. Buscot Park is home to the Faringdon Collection, which consists of a wealth of antiques and furniture, and includes Burne-Jones's painting The Legend of the Briar Rose, inspired by the...
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Bill Spectre’s Ghost Trail.

Until 27 Sept 2008. Distinctively dressed as a Victorian undertaker, actor Bill Spectre leads a historically informative and highly entertaining tour through the streets of old Oxford every Friday and...
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That Funny Oxford Walk.

Until 29 Sept 2007. Take a walk on the irreverent side with Oxford
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The Oxford Ghost Trail.

9 June-31 Oct 2006. Described by the Oxford Times as Spine-tingling fun, professional actor Bill Spectres theatrical Ghost Trail takes participants on an entertaining and historically informative tour...
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Blenheim Palace Garden Tours.

26 May-20 Oct 2006. Once a month during the summer the 18th-century Blenheim Palace offers guided tours of the beautiful formal gardens laid out in the 1920s by the 9th Duke of Marlborough with the he...
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