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Christ Church Meadow

Oxford OX1 1DP, England
+44 1865 276150
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This scenic park offers a delightful two-mile walk through meadows and along river banks, offering picturesque views and ideal spots for picnics, sitting or just relaxing.
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  • Very good29%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Oxford OX1 1DP, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Most surprised to enter this area on our way to the Great Hall. Beautiful aroma of lavender along the pathway. Picturesque views showing meadows out to the river.

Thank MagsWorldUS
Reviewed 4 days ago

From St. Aldates, step off the street, lined with buses and coaches into the Christ Church Meadow via the War Memorial Garden. Suddenly you are by a field of grazing cows, how unusual. You can walk to the River Cherwell and towards the Botanic Gardens,...More

Thank MidlandsAmigos
Reviewed 5 days ago

I have walked many times on the Christ Church meow. One of the loveliest riverside walks one can imagine. It offers a lovely view of many Oxford landmarks. A peaceful oasis in a place usually full of tourists. The last time i walk there (July...More

Thank pukeka
Reviewed 1 week ago

These gardens are very well kept and very tranquil, its hard to believe you are in the middle of this very busy City - for some relaxation and time out, please visit as you can forget the daily pressures.

Thank Howlo
Reviewed 1 week ago

The approach from St Aldates is impressive and colourful with well tended flowerbeds and well cut lawns. The walk around the edge of the meadows has splendid views of the river.

Thank georginamartin
Reviewed 1 week ago

You would never know that you were in a busy college town by walking into the Christ Church Meadow. Beautiful flowers still blooming, cows grazing in the pasture, a few students studying under towering trees. Ivy and Maple leaves turning red, blue sky, so peaceful.

Thank underthebluesky92
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a lovely walk and leads to a relative oasis of calm after the bustle of St Aldates. Well worth a visit whatever the time of year

Thank 490theos
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Love this place. Great way to relax with the family walking around the ground especially if you have a picnic. Kids love it and really clean

Thank Tay1orjay
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Pleasant walk through the Meadows, well kept pathways and lots of interesting boating going on. The trees were ancient and interesting to see.

Thank lesleyriddiford
Reviewed 14 September 2017

We enjoyed a lovely relaxing walk along the Thames and turned to view the Christ church building which are stunning. The gardens are beautiful. There is the botanical gardens nearby too

Thank ettyspagetti
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Jan A
5 August 2016|
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Response from peejay2013 | Reviewed this property |
They most certainly are allowed. We take our dog with us and yes we do keep her on the lead, only because there are ducks and sometimes geese walking freely along the river bank. Hope this helps
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