Carfax



Carfax is commonly considered to be the axis of Oxford, with Cornmarket (north), St. Aldate's (south), High (east) and Queen (west) Streets meeting at the Carfax four-way junction. The name 'Carfax' is thought to derive from the Latin quadrifurcus meaning 'four-fourked', or from the Old-English term Skarfolkes which named an open area in the centre of a town. On its northwest corner, Carfax Tower offers stunning views of the surrounding City Centre. The crossroads are a good place from which to orientate oneself with the city's layout.

Nightlife

Cellar (The)
Saturday Night at the Purple Turtle
Clementine's
Escape
Jacqueline Du Pre Music Hall
Spin Jazz Club
Nosebag (The)
Old Parsanage (Tea House & Restaurant)
Far From The Madding Crowd
Park End
PoNaNa
Funk Lounge at PoNaNa
The Studio
Purple Turtle (The)

Attractions

Early Learning Centre
Karen Millen
Bhs
Gap
Madina Mosque & Muslim Welfare House
Pitt Rivers Museum
Oasis
Original Levi's Store
Carfax Tower
Topshop
Gymboree

Restaurants

Cherwell Boathouse (The)
Maxwell's Oxford
Purple Turtle
Gee's
Nosebag (The)
Escape

Hotels

Central Backpackers Oxford
Best Western Linton Lodge Hotel
Old Bank Hotel

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