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Full-Day Tour of Windsor, Eton and Oxford from London

Full-Day Tour of Windsor, Eton and Oxford from London
Tours & Sightseeing > Full-day Tours > All-day Tour
$60.25
Duration: 1 day
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You will visit Windsor and Eton in the morning before traveling to Oxford at lunchtime where you will spend the afternoon. In the Oxford centre you will find a wide range of shops in the Westgate and Clarendon shopping centres and the old Victorian covered market. Or you can visit some free museums or Oxford Castle at your leisure.

The ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ is home to one of the most famous and oldest universities in the world. For over 800 years it has been a home to royalty and scholars although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Its beautiful architecture, museums and young student population make the city a wonderful place to visit at any time of year. Even though Oxford is a very cosmopolitan city, it is dominated by its ancient university, with each college having its own sense of identity. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty for the visitor to do.

If you are a keen photographer, or you just like seeing things from a different angle, then why not climb the 13th century tower of St. Mary the Virgin Church opposite the Radcliffe Camera. The church is known as the university church and is the oldest building associated with the university, for a small fee you can climb the steps of the tower for wonderful views of the college buildings.

Oxford has a great collection of museums; The Museum of the History of Science contains scientific instruments from medieval times up to the modern day. The Pitt-Rivers Museum houses the university’s archaeological and anthropological collections. The University Museum is the museum of natural history; it is situated next door to the Pitt-Rivers Museum.

You will visit Windsor and Eton in the morning before traveling to Oxford at lunchtime where you will spend the afternoon. In the Oxford centre you will find a wide range of shops in the Westgate and Clarendon shopping centres and the old Victorian covered market. Or you can visit some free museums or Oxford Castle at your leisure.