Wayland's Smithy, The Ridgeway, Ashbury
If you leave a coin and your horse at Wayland's Smithy overnight, in the morning your coin will be gone and your horse will have new shoes.
2 Blowing Stone Cottages, Kingston Lisle, Wantage
The Blowing Stone is a large sarsen stone covered with holes that makes an eerie booming sound when blown into.
White Horse Hill, Uffington, Oxfordshire
Many myths and legends surround the bronze age hill carving on White Horse Hill, which for centuries was the site of a local fair.
Banbury Cross, A361, Banbury
In July 1600 the High Cross at Banbury was pulled down by Puritans, who considered the images thereon a form a pagan idolatry.
This Neolithic monument stands at the intersection of two lay lines. The largest stone is believed to walk to the pub on Midsummer's eve for a drink.
Dean, near Spelsbury
It is believed that the cleft at the top of this standing stone was made by the chains of the witches who were chained to the stone to be burned.
Wilcote, North Leigh, West Oxfordshire
The ghosts of the wicked Lord and Lady Wilcote are said to haunt the church and surrounding lanes around Wilcote.
Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
The Neolithic henge and stone circle at Stanton Harcourt is said to be the result of a wager between the Devil and a beggar.