Explore historic Oxford with our 24 hour Hop-on Hop-off ticket
Hop-off at the Bodleian Library, the Ashmolean Museum and Magdalen College
Take the bus tour in full lasting 60 minutes
A friendly tour guide and audio guides available in 14 languages
Hop-on or off as many times as you like at any of the 20 stops
Usually 40 minutes, however due to current roadworks around the city it may take up to 90 minutes.
Operational season: all year except Jan 1st, Dec 25th & 26th
Mid-Season 5th September – 31st October: 9:30 – 18:00 (Last tour is at 5pm)
Monday – Thursday: every 20 mins
Friday – Sunday: every 15 mins
Peak Season - 22nd July - 4th September: 9:30 - 18:00
Monday to Thursday: every 15 minutes
Friday to Sunday: every 10 minutes
Meeting point: Visitor Information Point 44-45 High Street.
1st January, 25th & 26th December
You must show a paper ticket to be able to board the bus.
Stop 13 is now near Wadham College on Parks Road (Stop name changed to Wadham College). DROP OFF ONLY
Stop 14 is still on Broad Street but moved into a planter near Blackwell (Stop name Trinity College)
Normal route until St. Cross Road, right onto Parks Road, right onto Banbury Road, carry on straight and take the next left onto Rawlinson Road. Turn left into Woodstock Road, left again on St. Margaret's Road, right onto Banbury Road and then left onto Parks Road to serve Broad Street.
Stop 14 on Broad Street will not be in service, instead the stop near the Sheldonian will be used. Please note that the stop is used to pick up and go - no layover is to be taken at that location.
Gloucester Green Bus Station will be serviced on the way to the Rail Station
Discover iconic Oxford on our Hop-on Hop-off tour bus, passing all the major sightseeing essentials. Hop-on or off as many times as you like within 24 hours at any of the 20 stops as you explore this historic city at your leisure.
On average nearly a whopping 16,000 tourists a day visit Oxford, flooding to the remarkable city to see its world famous universities that have shaped the likes of Malala Yousafzai, Richard Burton, and T. S. Eliot.
Hop-off at the Bodleian Library and visit one of the oldest libraries in the world, or the Carfax Tower, the official centre of Oxford. Climb to the top for the best views over the city.
Wander down the cobbled streets where history lurks around every corner, and find a quaint place for lunch among the boutiques and stunning architecture.