PLACES TO GO

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What’s on near to Gorselands Hall

Stuck for ideas for what to do during your stay?

There are thousands of exciting events that take place all year round in Oxfordshire. You can see what’s happening near us in the easy to use and interactive events calendar for South East England. Just enter your dates and you will be sure to find something interesting to do.

Blenheim Palace

One of the closest and most impressive local attractions must be Blenheim Palace, just ten minutes drive from Gorselands. There is always a huge amount to see and do there, with a year-round calendar of events.
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Witney Blanket Hall

The Blanket Hall houses a fascinating museum and artifacts of the wool trade as well as a lovely shop with Cotswold woolen blankets and throws. The Hall also organises historic talks and walks around Witney. There’s a handmade pie cafe on site too.
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Combe Mill

A working slice of Victorian life in a riverside location. The Mill is a World Heritage site with working steam beam engine, water mill, workshops, demonstrations and tea shop.
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Cogges Manor Farm

A historic farmstead in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Visitors can view the manor house, the orchard, farm animals, participate in country crafts, music, festivals, picnics outside or enjoy the coffee shop on site.
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The Bus Museum

The story of bus and coach travel around Oxfordshire over the last 130 years is told at the Oxford Bus Museum. Exhibits include an historic preserved horse-drawn tram, motor buses, coaches and a wide selection of artifacts.
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Aston Pottery

A multi-award winning pottery, gift shop, cafe and gardens situated in the quiet Cotswold village of Aston, Oxfordshire. All pottery is hand-made and stenciled on site. A lovely place for a day out.
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Cotswold Wildlife Park

The stunning gardens and themed borders, make a beautiful backdrop for the animals. With over 260 different species of animals in over 120 acres of Parkland, there’s plenty of space to relax and get closer to wildlife! Kids of all ages will love the adventure playground and there are daily activities, such as Penguin and Lemur feeding times and a small railway which travels around the park from April to October.
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Gorselands Hall. The perfect base to explore historic Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village, the Cotswolds and Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon. With easy access by rail into the center of London.

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