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.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Church Walk, Ambrosden
Legend has it that the Devil himself sought to hamper the people of Ambrosden in their attempts to build a parish church.
Cuckhamsley Hill, Harwell
Standing high on the Ridgeway, the hill known as Scutchamer Knob is a location with more than a few myths and legends.
St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Cropredy
St. Mary's Church at Cropredy has a link to an 8th-century saint with a particularly macabre backstory.
Symon Wysdom's House, 1 High Street, Burford
A Burford man who attempted to 'sell' his wife at Chipping Norton market in 1855 got more than he bargained for!
Cornbury Park, Charlbury
On Palm Sunday it is traditional for villagers to walk into Wychwood forest to collect spring water to mix with liquorice to make 'Spanish Water'.
Wittenham Clumps, Little Wittenham, Didcot OX14 4QZ
An ancient hoard of buried treasure is believed to be hidden at The Money Pit on Wittenham Clumps, guarded by a great raven.