Accessible Full Day Tour to Oxford from London
This full-day accessible tour to Oxford from London is one for the memory books! Enjoy convenient, accessible transfers to and from Oxford, as well as a intriguing guided walking/rolling tour of the charming, narrow streets of historic Oxford.
Your day will begin by meeting your private local tour guide and accessible vehicle at your centrally located London hotel. From here, you will head out on an approximately 1.5-hour drive inland to the city of Oxford. Upon arrival in Oxford, you will embark on a leisurely guided walking tour, exploring the “city of dreaming spires”, medieval colleges and other historic buildings firsthand. Your tour will encompass the history, architecture and people – lots of famous people – who were made by Oxford and helped make its name.
On this tour, you will have an opportunity to visit Christ Church, one of Oxford’s largest and most accessible colleges. The Great Hall was inspiration for Hogwarts, and some Harry Potter scenes were filmed in the very place where you’ll be walking/rolling. The 12th century gothic splendor of Oxford’s Christ Church Cathedral is also within the walls of the College. Christ Church was home to Alice Liddell, the real-life Alice in Wonderland.
As you experience Oxford, you will also see other unique attractions including the Bodleian Library, Sheldonian Theatre, Radcliffe Camera and Clarendon Building.
At the end of your tour, you will be safely escorted back to London by your private tour guide and accessible vehicle.
The Accessible Full Day Tour to Oxford from London includes:
- Accessible transportation with a wheelchair ramp
- Tour guide familiar with the needs of disabled travelers
- Lively commentary by your local English-speaking tour guide
- Pickup and drop-off at your centrally located London hotel.
- Great photo opportunities and memorable sightseeing in Oxford!
- Old streets of Oxford
- Christ Church College
- Christ Church Cathedral
- Bodleian Library
- Sheldonian Theatre
- Radcliffe Camera
- Clarendon Building.
I gave the Accessible Full Day Tour to Oxford from London a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating (our highest rating) because it includes a vehicle with a wheelchair ramp and is completely step-free. It did not receive a higher rating because some walking/rolling is required (approx. 1.5 mile).
Your accessible transportation on this accessible Oxford full day tour will be in a clean, modern accessible black taxi. The car has a built-in wheelchair ramp. Manual wheelchair users and electric wheelchair users can roll into the car.
The walking/rolling portions of the tour will take place in the charming, old streets of Oxford. Your tour guide will lead you using the most accessible routes without steps and curbs. The Christ Church Campus and Cathedral offers good wheelchair accessibility with flat paths available.
Tour Duration: 8 hours
Cost: £680 for 1-2 people, £730 for 3-4 people, £780 for 5-6 people depending on w/c size.
Meeting place: Centrally located London hotel.
Meeting time: Morning 9 AM
Days offered: 7 days a week
Maximum number of people on tour: 4 (including max. 1 full-time wheelchair user)
Entrance Tickets: Not included. You can expect to pay entrance fee at Christ College.
Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities.
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