Nature reserve and rural tourist attraction near Oxford
Tourist Attraction near Oxford
The Northmoor Trust is a rural visitor and tourist attraction based in South Oxfordshire, which manages an estate of 300 hectares, including Little WittenhamNature Reserve, Wittenham Clumps, a conservation farm and woodland dedicated to forestry research.
From the top of the Wittenham Clumps visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the Chilterns and the River Thames. The Clumps contain important archaeology including a magnificent Iron Age Hill Fort about 2,800 years old.
Ponds and wetlands on the reserve are home to one of the UK's largest populations of Great Crested Newt.
The Northmoor Trust organises regular events including bat walks, wildlife talks and craft workshops and many events are suitable as a day out for the whole family.
A trip to this area of natural beauty is a must for tourists and visitors to the Oxford region and Oxford residents alike.
New Tourist Attraction near Oxford - Project Timescape
Open 31st March - 31st October Open every Sunday plus during Oxfordshire School Holidays open every day except Monday. 10am - 5pm.
Oxfordshire's newest tourist attraction, interactive education & visitor centre is now open near the Wittenham Clumps. Meet the creatures who once roamed the landscape, handle ancient artefacts and discover how your actions today will change the landscape in the FUTURE.
Wittenham Clumps is a fabulous outdoor space just a stones throw from central Oxford. I canʼt recommend it highly enough for a trip out and change from the flat landscape of most of Oxford. The...