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  1. Add Blenheim Palace to your Itinerary

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    Blenheim Palace

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    Historic House/Palace

    Woodstock

    A visit to Blenheim Palace offers an unforgettable experience. It’s a chance to share the splendours of Baroque architecture, to wonder at the collections of art, tapestry and antiques, and to explore the Park and Gardens and discover landscapes…

  2. Add North Leigh Roman Villa to your Itinerary

    North Leigh Roman Villa

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    Historic Site

    Witney

    The remains of a large and well-built Roman courtyard villa facing south east over the Evenlode valley. The most important feature is a near complete mosaic floor, which can be seen through a viewing window.

    This is an English Heritage site with…

  3. Add Combe - St Laurence's Church to your Itinerary

    Combe - St Laurence's Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Combe

    St Laurence has been a place of worship for more than 600 years - the nave was completed in 1395. The wall paintings are mainly from the 15th century, and were uncovered in the 1890s by a former vicar.

  4. Add Church Hanborough - St Peter & St Paul Church to your Itinerary

    Church Hanborough - St Peter & St Paul Church

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    Church Hanborough

    The church's octagonal limestone spire is visible from all around. Dating back to 12C, the church was internally remodelled in 14C

  5. Add Oxford Bus Museum to your Itinerary

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    Oxford Bus Museum

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    Museum

    Long Hanborough, Witney

    A museum containing 30 preserved buses dating back to 1913, an 1881 horse drawn tram, the Morris Motors Museum with vehicles from 1925 to 1977 and 45 vintage bicycles dating back to 1817

  6. Add Woodstock - St Mary Magdalene Church to your Itinerary

    Woodstock - St Mary Magdalene Church

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    Rectory Lane, Woodstock

    St Mary Magdalene Church was built in the reign of Henry I for the convenience of the court during royal visits to the royal hunting lodge of Woodstock Manor - the main parish church was (and remained for centuries) at St Martin's Church in Bladon,…

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  1. Add South Leigh - St James the Great Church to your Itinerary

    South Leigh - St James the Great Church

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    South Leigh

    There has been a church here since Norman times, though most of the existing church is late 15th century, though there is a Norman doorway in the south wall.

  2. Add Witney Museum to your Itinerary

    Witney Museum

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    Museum

    High Street, Witney

    A local history museum highlighting the changes that have taken place in Witney over the last 1,000 years.

  3. Add Eynsham - St Leonard's Church to your Itinerary

    Eynsham - St Leonard's Church

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    Eynsham

    St Leonard's dates from the 13th century, in the 15th century the nave was rebut, a clerestory and north aisle added and the west tower was built. The church was heavily restored in Victorian times (by William Wilkinson in 1856 and H.G.W.…

  4. Add Bladon - St Martin's Church to your Itinerary

    Bladon - St Martin's Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Bladon, Woodstock

    There is known to have been a church here since at least 1086 (recorded as Blade in The Domesday Book), though the present church is essentially late 19th century. The clock in the tower commemorates the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

  5. Add Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO) to your Itinerary

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    Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO)

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    Museum

    Park Street, Woodstock

    SOFO is dedicated to military heritage. Appealing to all visitors, families, historians, and groups, the museum is thematically led and tells fascinating stories using personal archive and accounts from across Oxfordshire.

  6. Add Cogges Manor Farm to your Itinerary

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    Cogges Manor Farm

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    Heritage/Visitor Centre

    Witney

    Cogges Manor Farm is a historic Cotswold farmstead and home to Downton Abbey’s Yew Tree Farm. It is a beautifully preserved collection of farm buildings, manor house and walled garden, set in its own grounds, with farm animals, outdoor adventure play

  7. Add Cogges - St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    Cogges - St Mary's Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Witney

    The church has an unusual tower; positioned in the north west corner of the church it is square at ground stage, octagonal at upper stages with a pyramid roof, and is characteristic of Normandy churches.

  8. Add The Oxfordshire Museum to your Itinerary

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    The Oxfordshire Museum

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    Museum

    Woodstock

    A large 18th century house, home to the County’s collections. Explore Oxfordshire’s story from the Jurassic period through to Anglo-Saxons and Victorians to modern day. Garden Café, Museum Gift Shop & Gardens.

  9. Add Finstock - Holy Trinity Church to your Itinerary

    Finstock - Holy Trinity Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Finstock

    Holy Trinity was built in Gothic Revival style in 1841, though then it only consisted of the nave. The chancel was added in 1905 - then intention was to demolish and rebuild the nave as well but the money available didn't match the vicar's ambitions…

  10. Add Charlbury - St Mary the Virgin Church to your Itinerary

    Charlbury - St Mary the Virgin Church

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    Charlbury

    Parts of the present building date from the 12th century, though a Saxon church may have existed on the same site.

  11. Add Charlbury Museum to your Itinerary

    Charlbury Museum

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    Museum

    Charlbury, Chipping Norton

    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.

  12. Add Cassington - St Peter's Church to your Itinerary

    Cassington - St Peter's Church

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    Cassington

    St Peter's is a fine Norman church with lovely woodwork and glass. It was built in the early years of the 12th century by Geoffrey de Clinton, treasurer to Henry I.

    The church was altered and added to in the 14th century - these changes…

  13. Add North Leigh - St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    North Leigh - St Mary's Church

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    North Leigh

    An architecturally fascinating church: the church is late Anglo-Saxon in origin with the bell tower probably built in the first half of the 11th century.

  14. Add Wilcote - St Peter's Church to your Itinerary

    Wilcote - St Peter's Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Wilcote

    The church comprises a small, low chancel, a nave with west bellcote, and a north porch, and is built of coursed limestone rubble with a stone slate roof. The nave and chancel are of the later 12th century, the date too of the blocked south doorway.

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