Excursions and Theatre Trips
An important part of the Oxford Summer Academy is its cultural excursions and trips to the theatre. All students take part in these events which offer a great opportunity to experience the culture and important landmarks in and around Oxford and London. Travel costs and entrance fees are included in the course fee.
Theatre trips often include Shakespeare plays, and these are generally performed in the gardens of Oxford colleges. Bookings are made in spring and are subject to ticket availability.
There are also 3 full-day excursions each fortnight, which could be any of:
- Roman Bath and Prehistoric Stonehenge
Students travel to Bath and visit the Roman Baths Museum and after lunch, go on to the prehistoric Stonehenge site.
- London - Sights
Students visit the gourmet Borough Market, the Golden Hinde, the Tate Modern, and finally, St Paul’s Cathedral.
- Stratford-upon-Avon and Bourton-on-the-Water
A trip to Bourton-on-the-Water followed by a walking tour of Stratford-upon-Avon, including a visit to Shakespeare's birth place.
- English Seaside Visit
A trip to Bournemouth Beach and pier with the chance to sample traditional English Fish and Chips
- Windsor Castle
Students get to see this key royal residence and see the changing of the guard
- London - Museums
Students can visit the Victoria and Albert, Natural History and/or Science museum.
This trip to Cambridge is also included on the OSA Plus course