Oxford City and Castle Trail
Weave your way through the narrow, winding streets of Oxford solving a murder mystery that takes you to historic sights and attractions.
What You Will Do
- Self-guided trail through the historic city of Oxford hunting for clues designed by city specialists to elicit a unique sightseeing experience.
- Solve a fictional murder mystery revolving around one of Oxford University's most highly respected academics, Professor Bray-Nee, who was rumored to have discovered a miracle substance capable of reversing the aging process
- With its mix of ancient and modern, museums, fabulous shopping, great eating establishments and tranquil meadows and parks in which to stroll or reflect, Oxford is a fascinating and inspirational place to visit at any time of the year
- Once you solve the mystery, you can submit your answer on the vendor's website for a chance to win £1,000
The trail map will be emailed to you for you to print at home or download on an iPad. Trail booklet contains all the information you need to complete the trail, allowing you to do it whenever you like. Please wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be walking a trail that is approximately 2 miles. Tour is suitable for all levels of physical abilities. Some clues are located quite high above street level. Tour is wheelchair and stroller accessible, although you will encounter some cobbled Streets and modest hills. Trails will be sent within a few hours for orders placed between Monday and Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, but cannot be sent at the weekends (as no one is in the office) so please plan accordingly.