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Oxford Castle

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Penny & Sinclair
Penny & Sinclair
November 8, 2019
Oxford Castle is a large, partly ruined Norman medieval castle on the western side of central Oxford in Oxfordshire, England. Most of the original moated, wooden motte and bailey castle was replaced in stone in the late 12th or early 13th century and the castle played an important role in the…
Konstantina
Konstantina
May 14, 2014
originally a prison, sightseeing tours will show you around, and the castle complex has lots of great restaurants
Annabel
Annabel
April 2, 2013
Well presented tour of Oxford's castle - great effects and a window on centuries of history.
Alexander & Hilary
Alexander & Hilary
June 1, 2015
Musuem, shops and cafes around the old castle, and Oxford Prison that has been converted into a deluxe hotel (!).
Janet
Janet
August 4, 2019
This real medieval castle is well worth a visit or you take a tour. You can walk to the top for a great view of the city. Very easy to get to as its located in the centre of town. There are also great restaurants and bars in the castle environs.
Michelle
Michelle
April 10, 2019
Remains of a large medieval castle, with tours by costumed guides including the 900-year-old crypt
Joy
Joy
November 12, 2018
Prison with history dating from 800 AD
Christopher
Christopher
February 29, 2020
The interactive tours are great!

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