shopping in oxford Shop At Oxford
Join us on twitter
Oxford Events Homepage
Whats On In Oxford
Theatre In Oxford Theatre
What's On In Oxford
oxford Cinema and Films Cinema & Film
Oxford movies
music in oxford Music
Oxford music listings
Art and Galleries in Oxford Art
art galleries in oxford
restaurants in oxford Restaurants
eating in Oxford
oxford nightlife Nightlife
bars and pubs in oxforshired Bars & Pubs
bars and pubs in oxford
oxford events listings Events Calendar
oxford events calendar
oxford attractions Attractions
Oxford Attractions
oxford kids Kids & Family
Kids Oxford
Things for kids to do Reviews
Oxford Reviews
hotels in oxford Accommodation
Accommodation in Oxford
shopping in oxfordshire Shopping
Shopping in Oxford
sport in oxford Sport
Sport in Oxford
health and leisure
Health and Leisure
golf in oxford
Golf Courses Oxford and Oxfordshire
schools in Oxford
Education in Oxford
visiting oxford
Explore Oxford
useful information
useful oxford information
In Oxford Newsletter
in oxford
  About Us
in oxford
  Contact Us
in oxford
  In Oxford Advertising
in oxford
  Other Publications
in oxford
in oxford
in oxford
  Terms & Policies
in oxford
  Join Us On
  Oxford Facebook and Twitter
in oxford
Special Offers In Oxford
Inspector Morse DVD
Chiltern Railways sponsors In Oxford
Foodies Festival Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire Restaurant Awards
The R & R Collection
Bicester Village Oxford
CJ Clarke Timber
whats on
Latest Events Oxford
Shopping in OxfordBodleian Libraries Gift Shops
Shopping in OxfordUniversity of Oxford Shop
Shopping in OxfordFudge Kitchen
Shopping in OxfordBroughtons
  shopping in OxfordHigh Street Cowley Road Jericho City Centre Covered Market Summertown Headington Out of Oxford
Events Calendar Oxford
Accommodation in oxfordshire
shopping In Oxford
Sanders of Oxford

104 High Street, Oxford,

Sanders of Oxford, situated in the 17th century Salutation Inn, has long been a landmark on the High Street...

shopping in Oxford
Bodleian Library Gift Shops

Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BG.

FThe Bodleian Libraries shops offer a curated range of gifts and books inspired by the vast Bodleian collections and fascinating programme of temporary exhibitions...

Oxford shopping
Frederick Tranter

37 High Street, Oxford,

Frederick Tranter is a Specialist Tobacconist but also has many Gifts for Men....

shopping review
Oxford Reviews
Restaurant Reviews
Events on in Oxford

High Street

The High Street, in the centre of Oxford, is one of Oxford's greatest streets.
(“The stream like windings of that glorious street” – William Wordsworth c1820)

A vibrant, slightly curved street that is host to a number of Oxford's finest restaurants, jewelers , fashion outlets, antique dealers, the famous Oxford University shop and of course St Mary’s church. There are a number of small cobbled streets and alleyways that are evidence of hundreds of years of development and building along this street with a number of these alleys still cobbled and untouched for hundreds of years. There are a number of small, cobbled streets and alleyways, evidence of hundreds of years of evolution. The buildings are much older than they look and some of the architecture is simply stunning.

The street and this short intro to the High Street ends at Magdalen Bridge known as May Day bridge where academics in the city would gather for the May Day ball on the 1st of May each year. A number of the public houses still open around the clock on the 30th of April through to the early hours of the 1st of May to help in keeping this jolly tradition alive....
shopping on Oxford

  oxford shops

Cowley Road and St Clement's

Cowley Road and St Clements are both Arterial roads in to the heart of Oxford. Both of these roads are literally a five minute walk from the Magdalen Bridge, at the bottom of the High Street in Oxford. The area is home to a multi cultural and economically diverse population. This part of the city is also host to a large academic community. Cowley Road and St Clements are vibrant and colorful places and this is epitomised with a carnival that is held there each year which brings together all the wonderful diversity of the city.

The area is littered with wonderful places to eat and drink, is the hub of the Oxford music scene and has a large number of sometimes quirky but always interesting shops and boutiques. Both Bus companies have routes to and from the city centre....
hotel reviews
  cowley road oxford

Little Clarendon Street, Walton Street and Jericho

Little Clarendon Street is a short shopping street in central Oxford. It runs east-west between the foot of the Woodstock Road to the east and Walton Street to the west. It forms one of three notable streets in North Oxford off the Woodstock Road where the variety of shops and cafes make them particularly trendy and bohemian places, the other two being North Parade and South Parade. The street is sometimes nicknamed Little Trendy Street..
hotel reviews
  little clarendon street

City Centre

Oxford city centre is marked by the awesome Carfax tower which is a great starting point for an overview of the city before checking out the myriad of things to do and see. The tower also marks the centre point of Oxford, joining Cornmarket Street, Queen Street, The High Street and St Aldates together. North, West, South and East respectively. There are a large number of nationally recognised shops together with Bars, Café’s, Clubs, the famous Covered market and the main bus terminal (George Street)...
hotel reviews

The Covered Market

The Covered Market is a wonderful, unique experience in the town centre of Oxford. A thriving, bustling, quirky and colourful epicentre for some of Oxford’s finest independent traders. Fashion boutiques with a difference that are colourful and individual, fresh food suppliers ranging from quality fruit and vegetables through to conventional and organic meat outlets that would put the larger national chain suppliers to shame in both quality and service. A number of warm and cosy café’s, food houses and delicatessens that add to the ambience and provide a tempting whiff for the senses. The market has five entrances- Cornmarket Street through the Golden Cross, Two on the High Street and two on Market Street. All in all a 232 year old market place that is as wonderful and original today as it was when it was opened on November 1st 1774....
hotel reviews
  Shopping in oxford


Summertown in North Oxford is one of the most residential and sought after areas to live in Oxford. Home to Colin Dexter (Inspector Morse novels) and Thom Yorke (Radiohead) to name but a few. It is also home to BBC Radio Oxford and Ewart House where a number of Oxford University Students take their exams. The two main focus areas are the row of shops (Banbury Road) that run east to the suburb and South Parade which connects the Banbury and Woodstock roads. There are a number of Café’s, Restaurants, Clothes boutiques and High end Audio, video and electronic suppliers and showrooms. Both public bus companies have routes to and from Central Oxford.....
hotel reviews


hotel reviews

Out of Oxford

hotel reviews
Oxford Attractions
Blink Design and Print
Sign Up to In Oxford's  Twitter page Become an In Oxford Friend on Facebook Page