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Information Centres

Contact details and opening hours for the Visitor Information Centres in Burford and Witney

Plan Your Visit

Help and advice to make planning your visit easier…

In our Maps and Travel section, as well as Maps (including a downloadable map of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, as well as local walks, car parks and toilets), you'll find pages on Getting Here and Getting About as well as more information on Parking (which is free in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds!).

Our Towns and Villages section includes an A-Z listing of all the towns and villages in the area with information on each one.

Our Accessibility Information section has information and links to help ease the stay of anyone who may need additional or specialised information in planning their visit.

Finally there is our Information Centres page – where you’ll find contact details for our information centres in Burford and Witney, where ‘local experts’ will be happy to give further advice and information to help you get the best from your visit to the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.

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Bampton looking towards the town and church

Bampton

The ancient market town of Bampton lies in the south of the area, not far from the River Thames. Until about 1850 it stood in the centre of a large...

Bampton looking towards the town and church

Bampton

The ancient market town of Bampton lies in the south of the area, not far from the...

Brize Norton church

Brize Norton

Though Brize Norton dates back to the middle ages, it is best known today for its...

Filkins ©Tom Brown

Filkins & Broughton Poggs

You may go looking for two villages but in practice you’ll only find one - and a...

Shipton under Wychwood

Shipton under Wychwood

Heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and still a place of mystery, the area was once...

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Places to Visit

The Crown Inn in Church Enstone

Enstone

Enstone was originally recorded as Henestan in the Domesday Book of 1086 and as Enestan and Ennestan in records held at Winchcombe Abbey from 1185....

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Next Sunday (19 May, 2 - 6.30pm) Westwell Manor is open for @NGSOpenGardens - 7 acres with knot garden, potager, s… https://t.co/C0KouRnq2Q
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