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 Guided Bus  Tours 

Embark on a journey through time and culture on our groundbreaking Black Oxford Untold Stories Guided Bus Tour in partnership with City Sightseeing Oxford.

- A unique perspective on Oxford's rich tapestry of history, often overlooked in traditional narratives -.


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Step aboard and prepare to be captivated by a 60-minute guided bus journey through time curated to celebrate the remarkable achievements of Black scholars whose contributions and legacies continue to inspire and resonate today.

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Led by acclaimed author and historian Pamela Roberts, her bespoke, engaging live commentary breathes life into the compelling narratives. It illuminates the often-overlooked contributions of Black scholars like that of pioneers 

 Merze Tate, inspiring story as the first African - American  woman to attend the university 


Christian Frederick Cole, the University of Oxford’s first black scholar and Britain’s first black barrister, whose legacy paved the way for future generations.

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Alain LeRoy Locke, Rhodes’s first African American scholar whose intellectual and activism reshaped the cultural landscape.

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Kofoworola Moore, the first African woman to achieve a degree from Oxford and other unsung scholars.

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Visitors can enjoy the experience via City Sightseeing Oxford’s hop-on hop-off bus, take in the breathtaking views of Oxford's picturesque spires from the top deck, and get up close with an included 30 minutes walking tour through the city’s historic streets.

Tickets are available to purchase from the Queen’s Lane Visitor Information Point (44-45 High Street) or online at






October 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th





£ 11


Students/Seniors £15

The ticket price includes the 60 minutes guided bus tour and a 30 minute guided walking tour

Tickets are available to purchase from the Queen’s Lane Visitor Information Point (44-45 High Street) or online at

Getting to Oxford 


There are several options for parking if you are travelling by car.  The easiest option is to use one of the five Park and Ride cark parks.


Trains leave from both London Paddington and London Marylebone stations, taking between 1-1.5hrs total.

Book tickets early on Trainline to ensure you get a good price. 


The Oxford Tube bus runs every 10 minutes, leaving from a number of different stops in London, including Victoria, Marble Arch, Notting Hill Gate, and Shepherd’s Bush. Travel takes between 2-2.5hrs.

Unveiling Inspiration at Every Turn

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