Explore Our Oxford Open-Topped Bus Tour

City & University Tour

Use the map tools to navigate around central Oxford, click on any of the marker pins to view more information. The numbered markers indicate tour stops and the purple pins indicate local attractions.

Oxford Castle

The glorious Oxford Castle Unlocked & 900-year-old Oxford Mound are both on show here. Hop off at Stop 4 to Climb; Descend; Explore; and Scale this 11th century motte-and-bailey.

Westgate Oxford

There’s something for everyone at Stop 5 with big name brands including John Lewis and Junkyard Golf! Its vast array of restaurants, bars and other eateries make for an unforgettable experience which is only enhanced by our exclusive City Sightseeing discount of 20% at The Alchemist… what are you waiting for?

Christ Church

The college that has produced 13 British Prime Ministers and has been the setting for many scenes in the filming of the movies of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series! This iconic and beautiful leg of our tour also includes the majestic Carfax tower! Will you brave the 99 steps for breath-taking views over Oxford when you Hop Off at Stop 7?

The Radcliffe Camera

THE Oxford Icon!!! Built between 1737 and 1749, it forms part of the world-famous Bodleian Library complex and houses mainly English, History and Theology books. Only students and scholars are admitted, but you can still take in the fantastic views and stroll through the nearby Bodleian courtyards by hopping off at nearby Stop 8. If you’re taking our bus tour, you can also join our new 30 minute walking tour which starts and finishes here – it’s all included in your ticket price!

Magdalen Bridge and Botantic Gardens

With gardens containing more than 8,000 different plant species, the University of Oxford Botanic Garden at Stop 10 is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain and has been in use since 1621!

Sheldonian Theatre

Hop off at Stop 13 to see some of the most iconic sights in Oxford. The Sheldonian Theatre, Bridge of Sighs and neoclassical Clarendon Building can all be seen from here.

Natural History & Pitt Rivers

Founded in 1884 by General Augustus Pitt Rivers, the museum’s collection has now grown to some 500,000 items! Its world-famous exhibits feature many archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world and all-time periods. It is truly a global museum that can be found close to both Stop 12 and Stop 15!

North Parade

Established in 2012, it has quickly become one of the highest regarded streets in Oxford renowned for its excellent coffee, bohemian shops and artisan producers from the local area! There’s nothing like it so Hop Off at Stop 16!

St. Giles and Little Clarendon Street

Known locally as Little Trendy Street, Stop 18 presents you with one of the most notable areas in North Oxford just off the Woodstock Road. The variety of shops and cafés make it a particularly trendy and bohemian area!

Ashmolean Museum

Whether you’re interested in art, history or both, the Ashmolean Museum offers a unique collection of brilliant and interesting experiences! By hopping off at Stop 20 you can experience all of this culture for free!

Oxford Castle

The glorious Oxford Castle Unlocked & 900-year-old Oxford Mound are both on show here. Hop off at Stop 4 to Climb; Descend; Explore; and Scale this 11th century motte-and-bailey.

Christ Church

The college that has produced 13 British Prime Ministers and has been the setting for many scenes in the filming of the movies of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series! This iconic and beautiful leg of our tour also includes the majestic Carfax tower! Will you brave the 99 steps for breath-taking views over Oxford when you Hop Off at Stop 7?

Magdalen Bridge and Botantic Gardens

With gardens containing more than 8,000 different plant species, the University of Oxford Botanic Garden at Stop 10 is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain and has been in use since 1621!

Natural History & Pitt Rivers

Founded in 1884 by General Augustus Pitt Rivers, the museum’s collection has now grown to some 500,000 items! Its world-famous exhibits feature many archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world and all-time periods. It is truly a global museum that can be found close to both Stop 12 and Stop 15!

North Parade

Established in 2012, it has quickly become one of the highest regarded streets in Oxford renowned for its excellent coffee, bohemian shops and artisan producers from the local area! There’s nothing like it so Hop Off at Stop 16!

Westgate Oxford

There’s something for everyone at Stop 5 with big name brands including John Lewis and Junkyard Golf! Its vast array of restaurants, bars and other eateries make for an unforgettable experience which is only enhanced by our exclusive City Sightseeing discount of 20% at The Alchemist… what are you waiting for?

The Radcliffe Camera

THE Oxford Icon!!! Built between 1737 and 1749, it forms part of the world-famous Bodleian Library complex and houses mainly English, History and Theology books. Only students and scholars are admitted, but you can still take in the fantastic views and stroll through the nearby Bodleian courtyards by hopping off at nearby Stop 8. If you’re taking our bus tour, you can also join our new 30 minute walking tour which starts and finishes here – it’s all included in your ticket price!

Sheldonian Theatre

Hop off at Stop 13 to see some of the most iconic sights in Oxford. The Sheldonian Theatre, Bridge of Sighs and neoclassical Clarendon Building can all be seen from here.

St. Giles and Little Clarendon Street

Known locally as Little Trendy Street, Stop 18 presents you with one of the most notable areas in North Oxford just off the Woodstock Road. The variety of shops and cafés make it a particularly trendy and bohemian area!

Ashmolean Museum

Whether you’re interested in art, history or both, the Ashmolean Museum offers a unique collection of brilliant and interesting experiences! By hopping off at Stop 20 you can experience all of this culture for free!

Hop on the Official Tour to see Oxford’s best sights in style.