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Find the best Tourism in Oxford as recommended by local Oxford people in thebestof Oxford's Tourism directory.

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  • Blenheim Palace

    Blenheim Palace is a country house and estate located in Woodstock near Oxford. It is the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and residence of the dukes of Marlborough.

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  • Ashmolean Museum

    The Ashmolean Museum of Oxford - Art and Archaeology

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  • The Oxford Covered Market

    The Oxford Covered Market is an often-overlooked gem at the centre of the historic city, providing a rich and varied array of shops, cafes, florists, shoemakers and food retailers fit to delight both the visiting tourist and the seasoned residents of Oxford.

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  • Museum of Oxford

    The Museum of Oxford is a unique collection of historical artefacts, documents, textiles and artworks which together tell the story of the city of Oxford and its people.

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  • The Story Museum

    The Story Museum celebrates stories in all forms and explores their power to teach and delight. Since 2005 it has been running projects in schools and communities, particularly the most disadvantaged, to inspire learning and enrich lives. It is gradually transforming a rambling, dilapidated building in the heart of Oxford into a ‘cathedral of story’ in which visitors of all ages can enjoy exhibitions, talks and shows and create stories of their own.

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