For Father’s Day, treat your Dad to a wonderful day out in Oxfordshire – here’s a list of recommendations, more attractions can be found here: http://www.visitoxfordandoxfordshire.com/see-and-do/
1. Wychwood Brewery (http://www.wychwood.co.uk/): A guided tour of the Brewery takes visitors through the brewing process of Wychwood and Brakspear Beers from raw ingredients all the way to the finished product. Afterwards, sample the flagship Legendary Hobgoblin and a range of bottled beers.
Williams F1 Collection
2. Williams F1 Collection (http://www.williamsf1.com/
3. Ex(c)iting Game (http://excitinggame.co.uk/) is a fun programme for the entire family: You have 60 minutes to solve the mystery and escape from a room that has been set up like a crime scene. Each detail and object in the room is part of the game, so make sure to not overlook anything – and don’t fall for the hidden traps!
Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway
4. Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway (http://www.chinnorrailway.co.
River and Rowing Museum
5. In the River & Rowing Museum (http://rrm.co.uk/) in Henley you can find out all about the history of rowing, including Olympic rowing, and the River Thames. A number of beautiful old boats can be admired, such as a rowing boat from the Olympic Games in Sydney and old wooden skiffs.
6. At Bainton Bikes (http://www.baintonbikes.com/
7. For fans of the Inspector Morse series, a themed walking tour (http://www.
8. If a trip on the river is your thing, visit Salter’s Steamers (http://www.salterssteamers.
Bill Spectre’s Ghost Trial
9. For spine-tingling tales and spooky sights join the award-winning Bill Spectre’s Ghost Trail (http://www.ghosttrail.org/) – named by Trip Advisor among the world’s Top 10 Ghost Tours! Discover Oxford’s dark secrets and lift the lid on this ancient city.
10. A night out at the Glee Club (https://www.glee.co.uk/