Attractions in Faringdon & Oxfordshire
Nestled deep in the West Oxfordshire countryside close to the small town of Faringdon, The Trout Inn celebrates the very best of British pub country life.
If you are looking for a relaxed, family day out, look no further than Chimney Meadows. It is the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust’s largest nature reserve and its fields are part of an ancient landscape, created by the Thames and shaped by centuries of farming. Once a commercial farm, the rich wildlife of this remote and tranquil place has been restored. Perfect to bring the whole family, there is lots to explore.
Blenheim Palace is a must-see British attraction. Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in Oxfordshire, it is known as ‘Britain’s greatest palace’, complete with elaborately decorated rooms, exquisite furnishings, exhibitions of historic artefacts and spectacular walks in their Formal and Walled Gardens.
Known as The city of dreaming spires, Oxford has been a seat of scholars for 800 years, housing Britain’s oldest university, as well as museums, libraries, galleries, and a vibrant food scene. Explore the new and the old with attractions such as the Botanical Gardens, Science Museum, College buildings and Oxford Playhouse.