Departure Location & Details
Check in: 8:00am
Location: Gray Line/Golden Tours Visitor Center Bus Stop 3, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London, SW1W 9SH
Return Location & Details
Return Time: 7:00pm (approx.)
Location: Kensington and Victoria area - subject to traffic congestion
Walking Tour of Oxford
Oxford is famous for being home to the oldest university in the English speaking world – countless bright young things have wandered the town’s cobbled streets over the years! During this guided walking tour you will see the stunning Bodleian Library and furtively discover unspoilt narrow alleyways, ancient squares and towering spires.
Visit the renowned Christ Church College, where you can stroll through the quaint courtyards and mingle with students. Fans of the Harry Potter film series will be able to pick out key Christ Church filming locations – the college was used for a number of well-known scenes! The college’s Great Hall appeared as the setting for Hogwarts.
Free Lunch Pack – More Sightseeing Time
To save you time, money and the struggle of finding somewhere to eat, our tour also includes a totally tasty Lunch pack! Avoid wasting time waiting for a meal in a restaurant - it means you can make the most of each stop and won’t waste valuable exploring time.
You’ll get to visit the location of the University of Cambridge and the famous Senate House, once used for gatherings of the Council of the Senate and now a traditional venue for degree ceremonies. With its neoclassical architecture and rich history, you’ll get to learn more about its place in Cambridge culture.
You’ll also see the beautiful Corpus Clock which stands outside the Taylor Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University. Hailed as one of the most innovative inventions of its time, this clock is a real sight to behold.
Visiting the Mathematical Bridge is a real treat on your journey. Located southwest of Cambridge and on the River Cam, its design is truly one-of-a-kind. Built in 1749 and designed by William Etheridge, it is built using only straight timbers although with a curvature design – it’s not to be missed!
King’s College Chapel
Visit one of Cambridge’s main attractions – the world-famous King’s College Chapel. Dating back to 1446 when Henry VI began its build and finishing a century later, the building offers a wonderful look at gothic architecture both inside and out. With exquisite medieval stained glass windows and breath taking acoustics, this extra-special stop gives you the perfect opportunity to learn more about King’s College and the home of the talented King’s College Choir.