The Tour Stops

Sheldonian Theatre

Note: Optional Walking Tour Finishes Here on City & University Tour - Subject to availability Please ask for timings

Request Only Stop: Please signal the driver if you wish to board or alight the tour bus at this stop.

Located in Broad Street, The Sheldonian Theatre was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built in 1668. It’s named after Gilbert Sheldon, the then Chancellor of the University of Oxford (and the project’s financial backer), and used for concerts, lectures and ceremonies.

The Guide Friday City Sightseeing Oxford tour bus stops just outside the Sheldonian Theatre, in Broad Street.

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