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15-16 Broad Street | Visitor Information Centre, Oxford OX1 3AS, England
+44 1865 686441
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Eva Wagner plus Morse was a great combination

I very much enjoyed the Morse walking tour guided by Eva Wagner. As a retired Oxford academic and... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2013
PatDunn1
Morse Tour

Disappointed sums up the tour. Although we visited different parts of Oxford where Morse was filmed... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2013
Paul Y
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Oswestry, United Kingdom
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An Oxford Official Walking Tour is the best way to explore Oxford’s history, the University of Oxford, famous people and old traditions. There is a tour for all interests including the popular City and University Tour and tours for fans of Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland and Inspector Morse. Your tour will be conducted by a professionally trained guide who holds a Blue or Green Badge awarded by the national Institute of Tourist Guiding. Your guide will also be a member of the Oxford Guild of Tour Guides.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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15-16 Broad Street | Visitor Information Centre, Oxford OX1 3AS, England
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Reviewed 7 September 2013

I very much enjoyed the Morse walking tour guided by Eva Wagner. As a retired Oxford academic and neighbour of Colin Dexter she was able to give a well rounded view of Morse's adventures and the workings of the city in which they take place....More

2  Thank PatDunn1
Reviewed 6 September 2013

Disappointed sums up the tour. Although we visited different parts of Oxford where Morse was filmed there was nothing to substantiate the locations like enough pictures of the scenes from the TV programs, a couple at the most was shown. Tour guide talked a lot...More

Thank Paul Y
Reviewed 6 September 2013

I really enjoyed the Inspector Morse tour.It was really quite long,lasting two and a half hours,but the guide was charming and very knowledgeable about Oxford in general and the Morse, Lewis and Endeavour TV programmes.We visited Colleges and the Bodleian the guide giving us information...More

Thank Juanaknow
Reviewed 29 August 2013

We bought our tickets for this 2 hour walking tour from the Tourist Information Office in Broad St, a very central starting point. Our guide was Heidi, a most informative and friendly lady who tried to encourage all members of the 19 (max) group to...More

Thank CrystalBayLady
Reviewed 28 August 2013

We went on the Morse tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. After a bit of a slow start we were soon off traipsing around Oxford in the footsteps of the man himself. The tour included a visit to Wadham College and its chapel which was fascinating....More

Thank CraigandMarie
Reviewed 24 August 2013

It was a great experience ,we chose to do the official tour rather than a 'free' tour with a student. Reason being it was more relaxed and less geared towards 'student innuendo's'! It was well worth the money , we learned an enormous amount about...More

1  Thank Jackie H
Reviewed 16 August 2013

Really disappointing! We were really looking forward to this tour but the tour guide couldn't even pronounce the names of some of the main characters e.g Hermiome, Hufflepuffle... On two occasions she was downright rude to my husband who answered one of her questions correctly...More

1  Thank Karen M
Reviewed 8 August 2013

I booked on-line before leaving home and everything was very straightforward, we were looking forward to seeing where the events in Morse's stories took place - then I sprained my ankle and thought about missing the tour - I am so glad I didn't because...More

1  Thank 34JanA
Reviewed 7 August 2013

This walking tour was very, very good. (Monday 5th August) I wasn't sure what this could offer - my daughter lives in Oxford and works for the University, so we could have done a lot of these walks on our own at any time. However,...More

1  Thank LadyLindaT
Reviewed 6 August 2013

We booked this tour in advance on their web site, a very simple process and I must say it was great value for money. The guide was very knowledgeable and informative and we found out far more about the history of the colleges by talking...More

2  Thank Ray H
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ladyinblack1964
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Response from Steph2james | Reviewed this property |
The meeting point is next to Martyrs Memorial on St Giles, Oxford OX1 3 BJ
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Judith C
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Response from Steph2james | Reviewed this property |
Haven't done this tour but I believe it's very good and Oxford is so beautiful I have no doubt you will enjoy it
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Karen S
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Response from Tours_Desk | Property representative |
Thanks very much for your question. All of our tours are 2 hours long and involve 1-2miles walking - Oxford is quite flat and walkable, however some colleges do have a few steps at the entrance. Please advise us when you... More
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