Visit the iconic campuses of London, Oxford and Cambridge University that offers you an up-close experience of walking through the two most historical educational institutions. The city of Cambridge and Oxford University is known as the city of dreaming spires. You can take a long stroll following the oldest and historical universities while gazing at the stunning architecture and structures inspired by the early Saxon and Gothic Revival. Explore the Cambridge University which was built as early as 1209, and offers you great sights at the University ground. You can walk around the two most prestigious and iconic universities while gazing at the stunning structures that were built years ago.
So, get your passes with our Oxford and Cambridge Walking Tour Tickets to visit prestigious universities who shape the dreams of many.
Visitors find it surreal to walk across the mighty and lofty grounds of the two most popular and renowned institutions of Britain. You can see the beautiful structure that was created in the early Saxon and Gothic Revival period. The Oxford University and Cambridge University City is known as the 'City of Dreaming Spires' for shaping young minds each year to be the best in their respective fields. Explore the grounds of the City University where you can see the Science Area, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Radcliffe Camera, Sheldonian Theater, University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Christ Church Chapel, and more such iconic buildings in the Oxford University City. A blessing for all nature lovers is the University Parks that are spread across 70 acres of parkland area. A lovely way to spend a nice sunny morning or afternoon would be to walk with your loved ones at these lovely parks that are housed by the Oxford University City.
The Botanic Garden at the High Street contains more than 8,000 fauna and plant species and is also the oldest botanic garden in the United Kingdom. A must for all nature lovers, the other destination you should visit is the Harcourt Arboretum which spreads across 130 acres of land.
Your journey at Oxford University ends with the beginning of another prestigious institute, Cambridge University. Enter the land of mythical and legendary structures as you discover the various sites under which the university is categorized. You can walk through the diverse departments such as the Addenbrooke's, Downing Site, Madingley/Girton, New Museum's Site, Old Addenbrooke's, Old Schools, Silver Street/Mill Lane, Sidgwick Site, West Cambridge, and the North West Cambridge Development. If you are a bookworm or love to be around books, you can see The Cambridge University Library where the Seeley Historical Library has more than 100,000 books, The Trinity College's Wren Library has more than 200,000 books, and more such collections of books in several libraries under the maintenance of Cambridge University. Pre-book your Oxford and Cambridge University Walking Tour Tickets with us.
Entry & Services:
Covid 19 Guidelines:
You can reach the destination by car.
No pets are allowed. Only service animals are allowed.
Yes. You can carry your own food and beverage for the tour.
No. There is no age limit for this activity.
To know more about the activities you can enjoy with your Oxford and Cambridge University Tour Tickets, read the 'Package Details' and 'Key Highlights' sections.
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