Inspector Morse Private Filming Locations In Oxford With College Visits

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    Please arrive 5 minutes early to meet your guide OUTSIDE the visitor info centre. Your guide will be wearing a red <iloveoxford> lanyard.
  • Departure Details :
    Central Oxford, outside Oxford Visitor Information Centre
  • Return Details :
    If the tour does not finish at the original departure point, then the guide will advise you of directions at end of the tour. You are also welcome to join your guide to finish the tour with a drink in.. read more
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable

Overview

Default start time for private group tours is 10am or 12.30 or 16.15. Other starts times may be possible with advance notice. See Inspector Morse's Oxford as well as Lewis and Endeavour filming locations on this 2-hour private Oxford walking tour, as you explore the making of this famous character and the TV series. Gain insights into not just the detective but also what life is like to study and work at Oxford university, as you visit inside colleges and see some of the most famous Oxford sights. The tour finishes with an invitation to solve a murder mystery at one of the detective's favourite Oxford pubs.

Know More about this tour

Any fans of the Morse TV show will know that there are four important ingredients to understanding Inspector Morse: He is fond of music, striking women, pubs and of course Oxford. On this tour, your guide will inspire you in Morse's Oxford, introducing not just film sites and anecdotes from Morse, Lewis and Endeavour but also describing the intriguing and not always agreeable relationship between Oxford city and university.

Locations you will see may vary from tour to tour as the colleges of Oxford University are private institutions and as Morse knows, they like to have the final word on what's accessible from one day to the next but usually the tour would visit inside Exeter College and one other college or inside the Divinity School at the Bodleian library, which is one of the most stunning architectural features of Oxford University.

The tour usually finishes at a pub associated with Inspector Morse.

Any entrance fees to colleges of Oxford University venues are included in the ticket price.

Inclusions

  • Entrance fees
  • Local guide

Exclusions

  • Please note that during Xmas holidays or on published graduation dates- see Voucher Info section of this page- there may be less options of colleges to visit inside of. It is very rare that we cannot get you inside at least 1 or 2 colleges but we also cannot guarantee entry on such dates. Please note that these tours do NOT visit inside Christchurch.

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT NO TRAIN SERVICES DURING MUCH OF JULY 2018:

In case, you may be trying to get a train in or out of Oxford during the dates below, please be aware of the following closures and thus the potential for it to take much, much longer to arrive in or to exit Oxford city.

Trains into and out of Oxford Station and in the Oxford area will be closed from Saturday 7 July through to Sunday 22 July, and again over the weekend of Saturday 28/Sunday 29 July. During the closure rail replacement buses will be in operation in the Oxford area. There is also the coach service from London called the Oxford Tube which leaves every half hour or more but it can take much longer than its advertised 105 minute journey time. Please note that if you are concerned that you may not be able to meet us in time for a morning tour, please consider instead just booking the same tour running in afternoon.

Please plan much more time that you expect to arrive in Oxford.

The only exception will from from Monday 16 through to Friday 20 July, when a limited train service will operate between London Paddington, Reading and Oxford.

- London Paddington & Oxford (Great Western Railway): trains will terminate at Didcot Parkway, except between Monday 16 and Friday 20 July when a limited service will operate to and from Oxford. Rail replacement buses will operate between Didcot Parkway and Oxford.

Default start time is 10am (book by 21.00) or 12.30 or 16.15 but with advance notice, other start times may be possible too. Please be aware that more college venues are open in the afternoon than in the morning

A moderate amount of walking is involved

Please arrive 5 minutes prior to start time

Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required

Foreign languages guides may be available, if adequate advance notice given. Please contact local operator via viator, before booking to inquire about options.