Crowsley Park, Binfield Heath, Oxfordshire
Hell hounds, legends and a real-life Henry Baskerville link this Oxfordshire house to the famous Sherlock Holmes adventure.
St. Mary's Church, Church Street, Bloxham
The devil is said to have played a part in building the church spires in these three Oxfordshire villages.
Moonraker Lane, Bampton
The curiously named Moonraker Lane harks back to a running joke from the past about mistaking the moon's reflection for a cheese!
Barton Park, A4260
In the grounds of Barton Park can be found the remains of a long barrow marked by a group of stones. Move these stones at your peril!
Dorchester Abbey, High St, Dorchester
After St Birinus was killed by a snake bite, a local legend states that no snake can live within earshot of the bell at Dorchester Abbey.
Troy Farm, Somerton
The Troy Maze at Somerton is a rare example of a genuine post-medieval turf maze in England.
Shotover Country Park, Shotover, Oxford
Was Shotover Hill once home to a hill carving fit to rival the Cerne Abbas giant?
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Ashbury
It is believed that the village of Ashbury was built on the site of an ancient stone circle, as is evidenced by the sarsen stones scattered around the village.