Date Ideas in Oxford
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The more classic date we are trying to get you away from... try Raoul’s, Freud or Angels for Cocktails.
££ | Angels | 55 Little Clarendon St, OX1 2HS | Website
££ | Raoul's | 32 Walton St, Oxford OX2 6AA | Website
££ | Freud's | Walton Street, Jericho, Oxford | Website
The banks of the River Thames (Or Isis) are calling you. The walk to The Trout is a belter with beautiful views, great stops and some ruins. Even better follow the route and answer some questions on the Tramble App.
FREE | More information
Look, this one is a bit seasonal but… it is very interesting and surprising how haunted Oxford is! Follow Bill Spectre's famous Oxford Ghost Tour on a Friday or Saturday Evening.
£ | Oxford Castle, Oxford | Website
Ashmolean Museum is the world's first University Museum - revel in it's splendour. But much, much more than that are their events - from poetry readings to LiveFridays. Check out our events listings for the latest goings on.
FREE | Beaumont Street, Oxford | Website
This date needs no introduction really as it is a must do in Oxford. Take out a punt, pedalo or rowing boat from the boathouse near Magdalen or the beautiful Cherwell Boathouse.
Trambles in Oxford
Cowley is the young upstart to the regal, established city centre. And we really like the difference.
There is a real energy and vibrancy in Cowley, a fast pace and independent spirit that we can really get behind.
Christ Church Meadow is a lovely, tranquil part of Oxford where you can watch the world go by, or test yourself with a Tramble.
Enjoy the green space as well as some of the more beautiful streets near the Botanic Gardens and around.
The Thames Path or The Isis is a real focal point running through Oxford.
The walk from the train station to The Trout along it is truly one of our favourite walks in the city. And that is saying something!
The title of this particular Tramble is a little misleading, we admit. It sees a lot more than just the University Parks.
However, the parks are the focal point as there are a few curious secrets awaiting you in that park. Coupled with a lovely walk along the waterway and it will not disappoint.
We are huge fans of Jericho. Although it rivals Cowley for independent spirit, it is just that little bit more reserved, making it the perfect place for a Tramble.
Headington is most renowned for being one of the main areas of the Oxford Brooks campus and that shark.
If you are from Oxford and haven't seen the Headington Shark you need to take a long, hard look at yourself.
We want to take you through the City Centre of Oxford finding the quirkiest spots that you probably miss day to day. If you want to see the unusual side of Oxford this Tramble is for you.