Visit Charlbury

  1. The Bull Inn, Charlbury
    Charming 16th century inn offering freshly prepared, locally sourced dishes.
    1. 1 Jan 202231 Dec 2022
  2. Charlbury Museum
    Charlbury Museum is an independent museum, run entirely by volunteers. Its five rooms are crammed with exhibits revealing the history of this ancient market town. There is plenty here to interest both adults and children.
    1. 26 Mar 202330 Sep 2023
  3. Wilderness Festival
    Wilderness is the multi-award winning 4-day festival combining live music, contemporary arts and an array of theatre, craftsmanship and dining experiences. It's a rich tapestry of musicians, chefs, thinkers, actors, outdoor experts and teachers
    1. 3 Aug 20236 Aug 2023
  4. Charlbury Walks
    Free downloadable walks around Charlbury
  5. Riverside Festival (photo David R Murphy)
    The Charlbury Riverside Festival is back for its 25th year and promises to be bigger and better than ever! With over 30 bands playing across the three stages; from rock, indie, folk and blues, there is something for everyone to enjoy and it's all FREE! (30 & 31 July)
    1. St Mary the Virgin Church in Charlbury
      Parts of the present building date from the 12th century, though a Saxon church may have existed on the same site.
      1. 1 Jan 202231 Dec 2022
    2. Cotswold Cycle Hire from TY Cycles
      Cycle hire & tours in the Cotswolds with bikes delivered and collected from your desired location, whether it's your accommodation or a train station...
      1. 1 Jan 202231 Dec 2022
    3. All Saints Church in Shorthampton (photo Howard Sherwood)
      The hamlet of Shorthampton consists of little more than a farm and the church. The church has an usual, boxlike appearance: no tower or spire, shallow roofs and square headed windows. Inside there are a number of unusual features but what immediately catches the eye is the wall paintings. Though incomplete they form an intriguing group with the impression of tantalising scraps of narrative: rushes in rippling water, a figure holding a staff; the edge of a dragon's wing. In contrast to the paintings in the nave, the chancel is simplicity is itself: a bible on the altar and behind it a large window looking out on to fields and the sky.
      1. 1 Jan 202231 Dec 2022
    St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)