Guided cycle tour follows route of original story-telling of 'Alice in Wonderland' on Thames river with a break for cream teas or picnic (included free) + Christchurch entrance fee (normal cost £9) included.
This tour visits some real Oxford locations which inspired Lewis Carroll to create Alice in Wonderland for young Alice on a famous river-trip, so we follow the route they did with a pleasant cycle by the Thames. Find out about the story behind the story of 'Alice' & what shaped the development of such a famous story.
Note: if the calendar shows no availability, please call us on +44 (0) 2079 657 523 or email us to see what we can do for you.
Meet the guide near Oxford coach station outside Combibos Coffee, Gloucester Green, Oxford OX1 2BU
approx 4 hours
Daily at 10:00am and 2:30pm
£50 per person, Minimum numbers 2 persons to book
Bicycle hire + Christchurch entrance + cream teas or picnic included (according to weather).
Available also at any time for private bookings.
Private tours also available in other languages with advance notice!
Small groups guaranteed - average under 5 persons.
Disclaimer: Although we check in advance with college venues, we cannot guarantee you entry as colleges can close without advance notice. Therefore, advance notice is suggested to book this tour! If Christchurch were closed, the alternative is we’d arrange a free river cruise to follow the route of the original story-telling of ‘Alice’ along Thames river on July 4th 1862.