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4 things to do in Oxford

Enrique Mendez


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Oxford, the City of Dreaming Spires, will undoubtedly inspire you. The city is not only recognized for its university but also for its history, architecturally rich buildings and world-class museums. You will have difficulty choosing the best places to visit while venturing around Oxford. So, here are some of the city’s highlights that you shouldn’t miss at any cost.

Explore Christ Church College

The Christ Church College is the oldest and the most extensive college of Oxford University and is definitely worth visiting. If you are a fan of Harry Potter, you should pay a visit without fail to witness the locations used for filming.

The Great Hall at Christ Church College has inspired The Great Hall of Hogwarts and Alice in Wonderland. Spare some time to explore the Tom Tower at the entrance and the Christ Church Memorial Gardens while you are there.

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Check out the Blenheim Palace

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Blenheim Palace is a must-visit destination. You will get a lot to explore, from its picturesque halls to its gardens. The Palace was Winston Churchill’s home, and you will find his locks of hair framed in the bedroom. Also, wander through its majestic rooms and stunning halls, appreciating rich architectural details. The little tour will give you a one-of-a-kind experience, and you will love everything about the Palace at the end of the tour.

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Explore artefacts at the Ashmolean Museum

You will find several world-class museums in Oxford; you cannot miss this one. Ashmolean Museum houses a vast collection of artefacts, including mummies of Egypt, textiles from India, Chinese porcelain, musical instruments and European art.

It also features the fascinating works of Raphael and Michelangelo. Before you leave the museum, visit the rooftop restaurant to grab something to eat while soaking in the incredible views of the city.

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Explore Radcliffe Camera

Radcliffe Camera, also nicknamed the Red Cam, is undoubtedly an architectural masterpiece. It is recognized as one of the oldest round libraries in England. Today, it operates as one of the reading rooms belonging to the Bodleian Library. You can get a guided tour arranged to explore the library collections and its rooms available for reading as part of an extended tour of Bodleian Library. You will find the tour interesting, irrespective of whether you are a bookworm or not.

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The vibrant city of Oxford offers something for everyone. Make sure you don’t miss its highlights to get a feel of what Oxford is all about.

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