A castle with a prison at its heart, the site has been a place of incarceration since 1071, continuing until the closure of Her Majesty's Prison Oxford in 1996. Within the castle is Cafe 1071.
Try our Saxon Soup, Castle Club sandwich or Norman Platter whilst soaking up the atmosphere of the Tower and Mound. Our bread is baked by Cornfield Bakers, a family run independent craft bakery, whose wheat is almost exclusively grown in Oxfordshire and milled in Wantage. Don't forget to save room for one of our delicious cakes. Free Wifi available.
Open daily from 10am to 5pm.
44-46 Oxford Castle,
Oxford,, OX1 1AY
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