* Guided walks and tours Oxford City Walls Tour with OPT Trustee Julian Munby- Wednesday 28 July, 2.30pm
This event is now fully booked as we are currently following the rule of 6. Should Government guidelines allow us to increase numbers from 17 May we will reopen bookings so do check back then.
"There are sections of the city walls that survive in surprising locations and you can learn something of the history of the medieval town along the way, and places where excavations have provided further insights."
From the origins of Oxford as an Anglo-Saxon borough during the reign of King Alfred (AD 871-899), through the major rebuilding of the stone wall in the early 13th Century, up to modern day where old walls still survive as property boundaries and garden walls, join OPT Trustee Julian Munby on a tour of Oxford's City Walls, and discover that the original city walls are still standing, hidden beneath your feet.
Members only event- £10
Limited places are available on this walk, but if government guidance allows, additional spaces will be added. To keep everyone safe specific arrangements will be confirmed a few days before the walk.
We will advise you of the meeting point after you have booked your place.