Oxford and Bicester Village

Oxford and Bicester Village


Oxford, a city in central southern England, it revolves around its prestigious university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of its 38 colleges in the city’s medieval center led poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’.
Oxford has more clout than most other places of its size. The city centre is compact and simple to get around on foot, which makes it easy to explore this world-famous, culturally diverse, academically-important area.

Starting right in the centre of Oxford with the Bodleian Library complex, one of the oldest libraries in Europe and home to over 11 million books. As you walk east from Turl Street Kitchen to get here, take time to appreciate the architecture along the way, including Oxford’s own Bridge of Sighs (officially Hertford Bridge), the domed Radcliffe Camera at the foot of Catte Street, the decorative walls of the library’s Old School quad, and the Bodleian entrance door itself on Broad Street, decorated with college coats of arms. 

With a wide array of shops bars and restaurants there is lots to do in this busy city

Bicester Shopping Village

Founded in 1995, Bicester Village sprang out of a field in Oxfordshire, England, to become one of the world’s leading luxury shopping destinations. Offering the most revered fashion and lifestyle brands with exceptional value for money.

Bicester & Oxford 29 SEPT 19
Under 2 £10.00 GBP
3 -15 Years £14.00 GBP
16 – 54 Years £18.00 GBP
55+ Years £17.00 GBP
Pick up point: pt 1
Choose One
Cannock Bus Station
Downes News, Brownhills
Salters Road, Walsall Wood
Aldridge Post Office
McDonalds, Rushall
Hatherton Road, Walsall
Farm Foods, Leamore
Norton Lane, Gt Wyrley
Pick up point(s) pt2
Extra pick up’s
Bilston Police Station
Asda, Darlaston
Ashmore Pub, Wednesfield
Dale, Willenhall
New Invention Square
Bloxwich Clock
Faulkland Street, Wolverhampton
McDonalds, The Scotlands