Tourism

Oxford Daily Info (local events and nightlife)

Oxford City Guide

Experience Oxfordshire (tourism in the Oxford area)

We will arrange walking tours (bookable via the registration website) – you can also walk into many Oxford colleges for an impromptu tour, for a nominal fee – see for example New College, Keble, Christ Church, Merton and Balliol.  Don’t miss the opportunity to have dinner in hall, as part of FLoC!

See our social events page for information on FloC-linked events (dinners, etc.).

 Child-friendly

Rainbow House:  Anyone with a small child (up to age 5) is welcome to drop in, meet friends, let children play, and buy refreshments. All are welcome between 10.30 and 2.00 every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. They have plenty of space for the toys, book corner and climbing frame, and facilities for changing babies. Rainbow House welcomes mums who want to breast-feed, and are happy to provide child-size portions of any item on the menu that can be down-sized. (details)

Museums: There are a number of fantastic free-of-charge museums in Oxford.  Favourites of the organising team (all within an easy walk of each other, in central Oxford) include the Natural History Museum, Ashmolean, Pitt-Rivers and Museum of the History of Science. The Story Museum is also an exellent visit (but there is a small fee).

Check the Daily Info for information on classes, drop-in sessions and family-friendly events – things are constantly being added!