From guided literary walks to lunches, dinner parties, talks and more, the Oxford Literary Festival sees over 350 writers flock to this academic city every March.
See the best in Oxford University amateur dramatic talent at the Oxford University Dramatic Society, which puts on plays, musicals and more across the city.
The Ashmolean was established in 1683 as Britain’s first public museum, and houses Oxford University’s incredible collection of art and archaeology. Make sure you get up to the roof terrace for views over Oxford – it’s quite a skyline!
If you like large collections of fascinating objects the Pitt-Rivers should be on your must-visit list. Home to the archaeological and anthropological collections of Oxford University, it’s packed with eclectic paraphernalia, from shrunken heads to Japanese masks.
Oxford is a city renowned for its heritage, but fans of contemporary artwork should stop by Modern Art Oxford. Alongside exhibitions visitors can experience films, workshops and a range of other activities.
See old master paintings and drawings from the Renaissance era to the modern day at the Christ Church Picture Gallery, a beautiful place to take in great works of art.