Science in Oxford Private Tour
Take a fascinating look at the study of science in Oxford. By the 14th century Oxford was famous for the work of Bacon and Grosseteste and for developments in mathematics and astronomy. The 17th century saw Harvey, Boyle, Hooke and Halley make their ground-breaking discoveries. In the 20th century, it was the penicillin scientists under Professor Florey who made the greatest impact. Find out about Oxford’s role at the leading edge of science right up to the 21st century.
The price for a private guided walking tour in English is £140 and in a foreign language is £150.
Each guide can take up to 19 people for up to 2 hours. (You can book more than one guide for larger groups).
(College entrances are not included, but can be paid for on the day.)