Long Hanborough is a large village with an attractive mixture of thatched, stone, slate and tile roofed cottages. Lying between Witney and Woodstock, the village station provides easy access to Oxford on the Cotswold Line. Thiis village has three pubs in the area, a village shop and three churches.
The oldest church is St Peter & St Paul Church with its octagonal limestone spire is visible from all around. Dating back to the 12th century, the church was internally remodelled in the 14th century. Its most treasured work is the Norman tympanum over the North door showing St Peter with his key, the lion of St Mark and a Lamb of God.
The main attraction iin the village is the Oxford Bus Museum.which tellsthe story of bus and coach travel around Oxfordshire over the last 130 years and houses around 40 vintages buses and coaches and a unique collection of 40 historic cycles, Other nearby attractions include Combe Mill, North Leigh Roman Villa and the world hertiage site of Blenheim Palace.
Towns & Villages
- Train station
- Village shop
Located on the main A4095 from Witney towarrds Woodstock.
Public Transport Directions
Located on the main Cotswold rail line the station provides easy access by rail.
Served by local buses to Witney and Oxford