5 reasons to attend a Oxford Summer School
Experience an enriching Oxford summer school at Oxford Summer Courses. Choose from 30+ subjects, learn from expert tutors, explore the historic city. Small classes, renowned teaching, online platform. Multicultural environment, networking, personal growth. Apply now for a transformative journey!
Introducing Oxford’s Best Bookshops
Oxford's enchanting setting and historic architecture inspired famous authors like Tolkien and Carroll. Explore top bookshops: Blackwell's, Oxford University Press, Waterstones, Arcadia, Oxfam, St Philip's, and The Last Bookshop.
Exploring Literary Oxford beyond the Tour
Discover Oxford's literary giants like Lewis Carroll, J.R.R. Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis. Explore lesser-known authors tied to the city, such as Julia Golding, Thomas De Quincey, Evelyn Waugh, and Monica Ali.
Top 15 Things to Do in Oxford This Summer
Explore Oxford's beauty beyond academia. Visit museums, punt along the river, enjoy botanical gardens, tour Harry Potter locations, shop at Westgate, relax at the parks, take ghost tours, swim in Port Meadow, indulge in G&Ds ice cream, explore Covered Market, visit Blenheim Palace, and climb St. Mar
A Guide to May Morning in Oxford
Join the vibrant May Morning celebrations in Oxford, a centuries-old tradition celebrating the arrival of Spring. Festivities include singing, dancing, and revelry. Discover the history behind this unique event and its connection to May Day.
Bletchley Park, Codebreaker HQ
Bletchley Park: Home of Codebreakers. WWII secret mission to crack Nazi codes. Led to computers and modern world. Victorian estate contrasted with wartime huts. Pigeons and enigma codes amazed students. Alan Turing's work and mistreatment highlighted.
Student Guide: Top 40 Things to Do in Oxford
Discover Oxford's heritage with university tour, Ashmolean Museum, shopping, Oxford Castle, bus sightseeing, cycling, ghost tours, Phoenix Picture House, Pitt Rivers Museum, Bodleian Libraries, Junkyard Golf, Bear Inn, and Christ Church Meadow.
Narnia's Oxford: Exploring C.S. Lewis' Inspiration
Explore C.S. Lewis' Oxford, where literature comes alive. From Lewis' connection to the city to the Inklings' meetings at the Eagle and Child Pub, discover the inspirations behind The Chronicles of Narnia. Join a creative writing course in Oxford to unlock your own storytelling magic.