Tourist Attractions in Oxford

The regional administrative centre of Norfolk was once the largest city in England during the 11th century, right after London. The urban area of Norwich currently has more than 213,000 residents. In 2012, the city was designated as the first UNESCO City of Literature in England.

As its UNESCO designation suggests, Norwich has always been associated with literature, publishing and art, which continues until the present time. Its cultural and historical background is probably among the many reasons why the city is a popular destination for a city break. Among the common places to visit in Norwich are the Norwich Cathedral, Tombland, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, City Centre, Dragon Hall, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Felbrigg Hall, Bewilderwood, Cow Tower, Houghton Hall, St. Peter Mancroft, St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich Arts Centre, City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Strumphshaw Hall Steam Museum, Norwich Puppet Theatre and several others.

There are 18 tourist attractions found in Oxford. The major types of tourist attractions listed here are museums and campgrounds. Then there is also nature attractions listed in Oxford. You may find a list of all categories of Oxford attractions on this page. Click on a category to find all attractions of Oxford of that type.

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