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- Great Rollright stones, 3 miles North - a Bronze Age circle c.1800-550 BC
- Great Tews. Classic Oxfordshire Cotswold villages
- Snowshill Manor near Broadway, Worcestershire. National Trust property. Tudor house with 17th century facade housing Charles Paget Wade's eclectic collection including musical instuments,
clocks, toys, bicycles, weavers' and spinners tools' and Japanese armour
- Theatre The, 2 Spring Street, Chipping Norton, Oxon, OX7 5NL.
- Chipping Norton Museum of Local History, Westgate, 4 High Street Tel: 01608 641712
Open: Easter to the end of October, Monday - Saturday 2.00pm - 4.00pm and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the summer.
Admission: Adults £1.00, children FREE (must be accompanied by an adult).
Visitor Facilities: Car park, shop, toilets. Guided tours on request.
Disabled Access: Regrettably none.
The museum is now in the Victorian "Co-op Hall" opposite the Town Hall, with exhibits of agricultural equipment, Bliss Tweed Mill and Hitchman's Brewery. There is a 'thirties'
kitchen, a reminder of wartime life 'on the home front' and a history of the local Co-op. There is also a display of postcards produced by the late Frank Packer during seventy years as a
photographer in Chipping Norton. Reference books and copies of parish records are available for family history research in the reference library and archives department.
- Cotswold Falconry, Batsford Park, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Tel: 01386 701043
Collection of over 70 birds of prey, flying demonstrations of eagles, owls, hawks, and falcons, breeding aviaries, owl wood, hawk walk and gift shop.
- Sezincote, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. Oriental water gardens by Repton and Daniell with trees of unusual size. House in 'Indian' style inspiration of Royal Pavillion, Brighton.
- Wellington Aviation Art, Bourton/Broadway Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Tel: 01608 650323 Aviation museum.
- Water Fowl Sanctuary and Children's Farm, Wigginton Heath, Hook Norton, Banbury Tel: 01608 730252
- Hook Norton Brewery Visitor Centre, Brewery Lane, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire Tel: 01608 737210
- Charlbury Museum, Market Street, Charlbury, OX7 3PN Tel: 01608 810060
Open: Easter - October, Sunday 2.30pm - 4.30pm, other times by appointment. Bank Holiday Mondays 2.30pm - 4.30pm.
Admission: Adults 50p; children free.
Disabled Access: With help.
Museum displays illustrating the traditional crafts and industries of Charlbury, maps and photographs.
- Chastleton House, Chastleton, Oxon, GL56 0SU. Tel: 01608 674355
Open: Wednesday - Saturday, April - September 1.00pm - 5.00pm; October 1.00pm - 4.00pm; last admission one hour before closing time.
Admission: Adults - £5.40, child - £2.70, family - £13.50. National Trust members free.
Visitor Facilities: Guided tours (by prior appointment), toilets, car park.
Disabled Access: Limited to ground floor.
One of England's finest Jacobean manor houses, occupied by the same family from its construction in 1607 until 1991 when it passed into the care of the National Trust. Since then it has
been sensitively repaired and conserved with the aim of preserving its antique charm. The house contains the family's collection of furniture, portraits and original tapestries.
- Churchill & Sarsden Heritage Centre, Churchill Old Church, Hastings Hill, Churchill, Oxon. Tel: 01608 658603
Open: 6th April - 29th September, Saturday and Sunday 1.30pm - 4.30pm.
Visitor Facilites: Car park, shop.
Disabled Access: Yes.
The Centre overlooks the site of the 'lost' medieval village of Churchill. It contains maps and historical records of the village from 1600 to the present. Churchill was the birthplace of
Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, and William Smith, the 'Father of British Geology' (1769 - 1839).