Virtual Oxford Open Doors Events


Cannot make it to Oxford Open Doors this year? Or maybe you've spent the day exploring all that Oxford's town and gown have to offer and you are still interested to learn more! Never fear, as this year we have a fantastic virtual event program for you.


The virtual event program will go live on Saturday 10 September at 9am until Saturday 17 September at 5pm, so you have over a week to enjoy the wonderful recorded talks from the past few years. As a taster have a look what's in store: 

Oxford City Council's Archaeologist David Radford - Trinity College Excavation Diary (Oxford Archaeology) 

Dr Malcolm Graham's talk on 'On Foot from the High to Trill Mill' 

Julian Munby (Oxford Archaeology) - 'Oxford Landscapes and Trees' 

David Radford - Recent Archaeology Discoveries in Oxford' 

Tom Hassall  - 'Turn in the bridge - saving the Rewley Road Swing Bridge' part 1 & 2 

David Clark - 'The Invisible Barrier - the Story of Oxford's Historic Railings' 

Kim Wilkie - 'A Plan for Broad Street' 

Dr Malcolm Graham - 'A Jewel in the Crown - Oxford's Covered Market' 

Dr Geoffrey Tyack 'A Perfect Piece of Architecture: St Catherine's College and the Modern Movement in Oxford' 

Joanna Innes - 'Blogging the floodplain' 

OPT Chairman, William Whyte - 'Pandemics of the Past' 

OPT Chairman, William Whyte - Oxford & Jackson

OPT Chairman, William Whyte - Oxford's Most Hated Buildings 

OPT RIBA Lecture 2021 and 2020 

Dr Malcolm Graham - Wholesome Dwellings 

Carole Souter - Rhodes Commission 

Nick Millea - Oxford Historic Towns Atlas 

Patrick McGuiness - The Other Oxford 

Debbie Dance - The Painted Room

Castle at 950 - Son et Lumiere - Projection Video