Enjoy a social night out in Oxford on a 3-hour pub-themed walking tour. Hear stories about local students and their antics, learn urban legends, discover the favorite hangouts of famous alumni, pass the university at night and enjoy a free drink.
Enjoy a guided walking tour of Oxford and explore its city streets at night
Visit a handful of local pubs and learn the stories and urban legends behind them
Socialize with others over a complimentary drink at one of the pubs
Get to know more about Oxford and its drinking culture on a 3-hour guided walking tour of the city's pubs.
This tour is a nighttime social event as well as a guided walking tour and it happens to visit some pubs but it is not a pub crawl, nor is it specifically about the pubs. Instead, you will hear about some of the more raucous student antics stories and urban legends, plus the history of this university town.
Find out which pubs Bill Clinton and Inspector Morse liked to spend time in and which pub is reputed to have more brain cells per square inch than any other pub in England! Then enjoy a complimentary drink at one of the bars.
Oxford's colleges are closed at night, but you will pass by many of them on your route. The pubs that you visit are subject to change, but are also open to negotiation, so if you have any preferences simply inform your tour guide.
Guided walking tour
Complementary detailed map of Oxford city center colleges, attractions and sights
What’s Not Included
When you get there
Meet your guide outside Oxford visitor information center, 15 Broad Street, OX1 3AS. The guide will be wearing a red iloveoxford lanyard.
• Please note you must select the language add-on during booking for languages other than English. There is an additional cost for this and you must select this during booking
• Please note you must be over 18 and have valid identification to prove you are over 18 to enter the pubs. This tour has public liability insurance but no responsibility is taken for any damage to persons or products, and irresponsible drinking is not encouraged. This is a social event and a walking tour but not a pub crawl.