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Money saving offers in Oxford

As a city rich in culture and history, Oxford is the perfect place to go for a day out. When you travel with the Oxford Tube you can take advantage of our special offers, including 2for1 at some of Oxford's finest attractions.

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Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Discover the beauty and history of this World Heritage Site that sits amongst 2000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown parkland and Formal Gardens. Tours, exhibitions and events reveal the sheer splendour of Britain’s Greatest Palace. Buy one day, get 12 months free!* See website for details of opening times. *Terms & Conditions apply.

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Cycle Tours Oxford
Cycle Tours Oxford
Take a tour of the beautiful city of Oxford, in the traditional fashion - atop a vintage-style bicycle. See the sights of the glorious, genteel city and learn about its history on an ecofriendly,guided tour. You will journey around the ‘city of dreaming spires’, whilst saddled up on vintage British bicycles. You will pedal down narrow lanes and discover some of the secluded jewels of Oxford, famous colleges and beautiful waterways.

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City Sightseeing Oxford
City Sightseeing Oxford
City Sightseeing operate open top bus tours of the historic University and City of Oxford. Tickets are valid all day and allow you to ‘hop on hop off’. Audio commentary available in many languages, English speaking guides available on some departures. Departures every 10-15 minutes. *Times are from Oxford Railway Station.

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Maxwell's Bar & Grill Oxford
Maxwell's Bar & Grill Oxford
Set back from the cobbled city centre streets of historic Oxford, Maxwell’s serves wholesome, all-American food in a diner-style setting. An informal, cosmopolitan cocktail bar is complemented by late-night live music performances at Maxwell’s restaurant. American-inspired posters and extending, silver lamps line the walls, throwing light onto the classic, leather-embossed booths and distressed oak tables. A retro, open kitchen faces out onto the dining area, whilst exposed steel framework is a nod to Maxwell’s contemporary characteristics.

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Oxon Carts
Oxon Carts
Discover Oxford with a tour through its beautiful streets (many of which are closed to motorised traffic) led by a fit, fun and knowledgeable guide. The Oxon Carts tour of Oxford provides a uniquely memorable vantage point from which to see the city.

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Oxford Castle Unlocked
Oxford Castle Unlocked
Bringing Oxford’s hidden history to life. Led by one of our costumed character guides, the rich history of the castle will be revealed. Climb the Saxon St George’s Tower, descend deep underground into the Crypt, explore the Prison D-Wing and scale the Mound of the 11th century motte-and-bailey castle.

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Afternoon Tea at The Oxford Hotel
Afternoon Tea at The Oxford Hotel
Treat yourselves to the quintessential British custom of afternoon tea served at The Puma Oxford hotel. Enjoy a delicious range of mouth-watering cakes, sandwiches and a choice of coffee or refreshing loose leaf tea from the Brew Tea Company collection. And exclusively for you book now as it is a one off 2for1 offer on this timeless tradition at The Oxford Hotel.

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Oxford Walking Tours
Oxford Walking Tours
Go INSIDE Oxford’s most famous Colleges and the Bodleian Library, including where Harry Potter was filmed. The ticket price includes all entry fees. Evening Ghost Tours every day from June till September, weekends all year round. Group, private and themed tours, including tours in other languages available throughout the year.

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Salters Steamers
Salters Steamers
Take in some of Oxford’s finest scenery on the River Thames including Christ Church meadows; the university boat houses and Regatta course. Followed by picturesque Iffley Lock. Round trip takes 40 minutes.

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Sheldonian Theatre
Sheldonian Theatre
The Sheldonian Theatre was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1664 and 1669. It is the ceremonial hall of the University of Oxford. It is a popular Oxford tourist attraction. Gaze up at the Theatre’s magnificent ceiling painted during the reign of King Charles II. Learn about the Theatre’s journey from past to present day through our colourful and informative display boards and enjoy one of the best indoor 360 degree panoramic views of Oxford from the Cupola.

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The University of Oxford Botanic Garden
The University of Oxford Botanic Garden
Visit inspiring herbaceous borders, glasshouses that take you around the world or simply relax in the oldest Botanic Garden in Britain. The Botanic Garden is the most compact, yet diverse collection of plants in the world right in the heart of the city centre and is open throughout the year for you to visit and enjoy.

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Williams F1 Race Days
Williams F1 Race Days
Watch an F1 race live at the home of Williams. The Williams Conference Centre offers a unique way to experience the thrills of a grand prix with a live link up to the team at the track. A Race Day at Williams includes the opportunity to browse the Williams Grand Prix Collection as well as test your speed in our simulator. Minimum age 10 years.

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