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Oxford Guided Pub Tour

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Tickets cost £199 to book a private group tour of 1-4 persons.

Alternative start times may be requested, when booking.

Adults aged over 18 with valid photo ID only.

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Hear about Oxford's urban and literary legends and enjoy historic pubs like the Eagle and Child, where CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien used to meet over a pint of ale with their writers club friends, known as 'The Inklings'. On average, the tour lasts three hours and visits three of Oxford's most historical and famous pubs.

Oxford Pub Tour is available for private group tours any days at 5.30pm (except Dec 25, Dec 26, Jan 1st)

See many of the famous sights and colleges (although all colleges are generally closed in the evening) as the guide tells you stories about Oxford's rogues, crime and punishment plus an insight into Oxford town and gown history. Please note colleges are usually closed at 5pm, so this tour seldom goes inside colleges.


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Peter was an excellent guide for my husband, friend and myself as we explored Oxford our first night in town. We had a couple of pints throughout the tour and got a mix of history including the university, literary figures, and even a touch of Harry Potter. Peter was very knowledgeable and gave a great overview of the city, including many tips and tricks for the remainder of our stay. Would happily join one of this company's tours again!

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Address: OUTSIDE 15 Broad street, next to Oxfam at 17, 15 Broad street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OxfordOX1 3AS, United Kingdom

Meet the guide OUTSIDE Oxford visitor info centre, 15 Broad Street, OX1 3AS.

The guide will be wearing a red 'I Love Oxford' lanyard.

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