While many visit Oxford on a day trip from London, we recommend staying for at least a night, so you don’t rush your Oxford trip.I honestly don’t know how I can fit all there is to see and do in Oxford, England, in this post.
Christ Church is one of the largest and most well-known colleges of Oxford University. It was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII (whose portrait takes center stage in the dining hall).It’s been the setting for several films, including Harry Potter.
All Souls College was built in the 15th century by Henry VI for the clergy as a center for prayer and learning. Its name was chosen as a remembrance for those who died during the Hundred Years’ War with France in the 14th and 15th centuries.
Climbing the The University Church of St Mary the Virgin’s Tower for these magnificent 360 degree views overlooking the Radcliffe Camera, All Souls College was one of our favorite things to do in Oxford.
Cherwell Boathouse: An Oxford Fine Dining Experience to Love
This is a dining experience to remember in Oxford.The Cherwell Boathouse sits on the banks of the Cherwell River. You get pretty views at dinner with swans majestically floating by a sky turning from blue to pink and black.