Oxfordshire Historic and Architectural Properties and Gardens

Castles, Abbeys, Churches, Houses, Estates and Gardens, Industrial Heritage attractions and museums (English Heritage / National Trust / others)

Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the Oxfordshire Attractions and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.

We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed, where we have them.


Blenheim Palace - Visit the gilded State Rooms, which house one of the finest collections in Europe. The Churchill Exhibition includes the room where Sir Winston Churchill was born 1874 - Duke and Duchess of Marlborough - Woodstock - disabled friendly see website


Botanic Garden - The oldest Botanic Garden in Britain. The Botanic Garden is the most compact, yet diverse collection of plants in the World right in the heart of the city centre - Oxford - fully wheelchair accessible -


Broadway Tower - A unique Capability Brown Folly Tower open to visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location - Broadway - we have no disabled access info for this site

Broughton Castle - a moated and fortified manor house, home to the 21st Lord and Lady Saye & Sele, whose family name is Fiennes. The ownership of the Castle has remained remained in the same family since 1447 - we have no disabled access info for this site -


Buscot Park - Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds - National Trust - House, Grounds, Art collection - Faringdon - Map of accessible route available Baby-changing facilities


Chastleton House - Unchanged for 400 years - National Trust - Jacobean country house, garden - Morton-in-the-Marsh - Disabled & Pushchair friendly see website


Dorchester Abbey - the Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul is the parish church of Dorchester-on-Thames - rich in history and heritage, art and culture - Dorchester-on-Thames - Disabled access: Ramp into Abbey and Cloister Gallery, Disabled toilet


Faringdon Folly - This unique unusual 100ft tower is Faringdon’s icon and the last major folly to be built in England - Faringdon - we have no disabled access info for this site


Great Coxwell Barn - 13th-century stone barn - National Trust - Monastic Barn - Faringdon - we have no disabled access info for this site


Greys Court - A family home, delightful gardens and an idyllic setting - 16th C mansion and gardens - National Trust - Henley-on-Thames - Grounds are partly accessible Adapted toilets Baby-changing Pushchairs


Harcourt Arboretum - The site comprises 130 acres containing the best collection of trees in Oxfordshire with some of the oldest redwoods in the UK - Oxford - we have no disabled access info for this site


Nuffield Place - The time-capsule home of the philanthropist William Morris, Lord Nuffield, the founder of Morris Motor Cars and one of the richest men in the world - National Trust - Henley-on-Thames - Adapted toilet Grounds are partly accessible


Waterperry Gardens - Eight acre Ornamental Gardens, Formal Garden, Mary Rose Garden, Waterlily Canal, Long Colour Border - Nr. Wheatley - Buildings are accessible for wheelchair users and others with limited mobility, push wheelchairs available, unisex disabled toilet


Wheatley Windmill - The octagonal shape of this 18th Century tower mill is distinctly unusual, there are only two or three such towers in the UK - Wheatley Windmill Preservation Society - Wheatley - we have no disabled access info for this site


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