On this guided Morse Tour of Oxford the old city is the backdrop to the on-screen drama. To many, Oxford has long been associated with its famous University. However, for fans, it is the murder capital of the world, where homicide, corruption and vice run rife.
Oxford is the central setting for the Inspector Morse books and TV series. But also its spin-offs – Lewis and Endeavour. On the Morse Tour of Oxford, you will be able to take a closer investigation into the world of author Colin Dexter’s famous detective creation.
The 1 hour 45 minute tour covers locations from Morse, Lewis and the most recent incarnation Endeavour. This resulted in these detective shows being enjoyed by audiences across the globe since the 1980s.
Your guide will share fascinating historical information about the colleges, pubs, streets, houses and other places used in these shows. Your guide will also share interesting anecdotes on how the show and characters were developed.
Although the tour route varies slightly each week you will get to see locations familiar to from all 3 shows – Morse, Lewis and Hathaway. The walk will focus on scenes filmed in the heart of the old city. On the tour, you will see numerous places including The Randolph Hotel, the White Horse pub, and the Bodleian Library. Other sites include Broad Street, the Sheldonian Theatre and Exeter College, and many others.
Free cancellation up to 48 hours in advance
Thursdays and Saturdays departing at 2pm (Jan – Dec)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays departing at 2pm (Mar – Oct)
Sundays departing at 2pm (Apr – Oct)
Private Tours / Group Tours available – see bottom of page
1 hour 45 minutes
Adult (16 years+): £20
1 – 19 persons: From £180 per group (Monday to Saturday)
College entry fees are not included in this price. Allow £5 per person payable in cash on the day direct to the establishment (check with us about opening times).
20+ persons: Contact us
Private Tours also available in French, German and Spanish for an additional £20 per tour
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