I have the chance to visit for a day/night in March. Any advice? @sarah @tia @helytimes @zoe
  1. The universities
    They're stunning and part of the 7 ancient universities in the world. Pretty sure they were built in like 1200. Go get educated.
    Suggested by @sarah
  2. The Bear Inn
    300 year old pub where people have been cutting and leaving their college ties for centuries, literally.
    Suggested by @dev
  3. The Missing Bean Coffee Shop, Oxford.
    Hands down the best flat white in Oxford and located right across the street from the Radcliffe Camera, one of the coolest libraries at Oxford.
    Suggested by @madeline
  4. The Pitt River Museum in Oxford
    You must must must go. It may be my favorite museum in the world. Inspired Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials series. Full of unlabeled anthropological treasures. Fantastic for imagination. Unmissable. http://bit.ly/17hIIpV
    Suggested by @zoe
  5. The Eagle and Child
    Tolkien and CS Lewis hung out there. I mean.....
    Suggested by @madeline
  6. Fitzbillies
    Often crowded but excellent cafe/bakery in Cambridge. Run by a hilarious dude named Tim Hayward, a food writer for The Guardian.
    Suggested by @stang