Alice meets Harry Potter tour


Visit inside Christchurch, Oxford's most popular tourist attraction. Your guide will unveil a zany look at all-things 'Alice' plus tell you all about the making of Harry Potter at Christchurch. In addition, when possible, we also visit inside the Divinity school of the Bodleian library.

Where possible, we will prebook tickets into the college, thus beating the often extreme queues. Christchurch is claimed to be the inspiration for Hogwarts Dining Hall! Christchurch entrance fee worth up to £9 entrance ticket is included in this ticket. Christchurch was the home of Lewis Carroll & 'Alice' and discover how real-life events inspired the story development of Oxford's most famous story.

Note: if the calendar shows no availability, please call us on +44 (0) 2079 657 523 or email us to see what we can do for you.

Meet the guide on Broad Street near Oxford Visitor Information Centre. Map
90 minutes to 2 hours
Daily at 10.30am (except Sundays) year-round or at 14.30pm on Sundays only year-round or from July 1st to Sep. 2nd only
  • £50/Adult £25/child, Minimum numbers 2 persons to book
  • Christchurch entry fee (approx £9) included+ when open, entrance to the Divinity school (Bodleian library) film site too.
  • Private tours also available in other languages with advance notice!
  • Notice: the 10.30am tour closes for online bookings at 9pm. The 2.30pm tour closes for online bookings at 12.30pm. This is to ensure we can buy tickets to skip the entrance queue.
  • Can be combined with our Alice in Oxford Bicycle tour OR Alice in Oxford river cruise tour OR with a Mad Hatter themed tea party/ picnic !
  • Small groups guaranteed - average under 5 persons.
  • Disclaimer: Although we check in advance with college venues, we cannot guarantee you entry as colleges can close without advance notice. Therefore, advance notice is suggested to book this tour! If Christchurch were closed, the alternative is we’d arrange a free river cruise to follow the route of the original story-telling of ‘Alice’ along Thames river on July 4th 1862.

Mad Hatter and Alice