• Things to do with Thames Travel

    There are plenty of fantastic 'things to do' with Thames Travel! We have picked some of our top places to visit using our services - so take a look and get onboard!

Thames Travel: Things to do

  • Nuffield Place

    Explore the house that was occupied by Lord and Lady Nuffield. Explore the gardens and enjoy a light lunch in the tea-room.

    Visit Nuffield Place website
  • Walking in Henley

    When it comes to walking in Henley, there is something for everyone; from short guided historic tours and nature trails to riverside walks and long country rambles.

    Visit Henely-on-Thames website
  • River and Rowing Museum

    Visit one of the UK's leading independent museums and learn about the sport of rowing.

    Visit River and Rowing museum website
  • The Oracle Shopping Centre

    Shop 'til you drop at The Oracle Shopping Centre, with 90 shops to choose from!

    Visit The Oracle website
  • Capital Through Ticket to London

    Request a Capital Through Ticket on any local Thames Travel bus and connect with the X90 coach in Oxford. The local journey is free so you only pay the coach fare!

    Visit the X90 Website
  • Oxford University Museum of Natural History

    The Oxford University Museum of Natural History offers the chance to see many collections of geological and zoological specimens. A fun and educational day out for all the family.

    Visit the Oxford University Museum of Natural History website
  • Cholsey & Wallingford Railway

    Take a ride in a 1950s carriage pulled by a Heritage diesel locomotive through beautiful South Oxfordshire countryside.

    Visit Cholsey & Wallingford Railway's website
  • Vale and Downland Museum

    Learn about the heritage of Vale and White Horse in the busy market town of Wantage.

    Visit Vale and Downland Museum wesbite
  • The Covered Market

    With around 55 independent retailers, Oxford's historic Covered Market has something for everyone. Located just a minute's walk from our High St coach stop, it's easy to get to as well.

    Visit Oxford Covered Market Website
  • Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary

    A registered charity dedicated to caring for abused and ill-treated donkeys. Visitors are welcome with no entrance fee but donations are appreciated.

    Visit Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary website
  • Didcot Railway Centre

    Enjoy a ride on a steam train at Didcot Railway Centre.

    Visit Didcot Railway Centre website
  • Wallingford Museum

    Open in 2017 from 1st March- 30th November, the museum offers the chance to see specialised exhibits and experience the sights and sounds through history.

  • Harcourt Arboretum - Botanic Garden

    Don't miss out on seeing the best collection of trees in Oxfordshire, including some of the oldest redwoods in Britain. Seasonal highlights include wildflower meadows, rhododendrons, and bluebell woods.

    Visit Harcourt Arboretum website