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Located at the western flank of central Oxford and passing through River Thames, Hythe Bridge Street is a picturesque pathway. The street forming a part of A4144 Road links many historically significant buildings and streets. The present street was built on another road dating back to the 13th Century and was called by the names of Hide Brigge, Hithe Brigge and Rewley Lane.
Taking its name from the village of Parkend, Park End Street is the notable street in the city of Oxford. New Road connects this street to the city center. Built in 1769-1770, the street features Pacey's Bridge constructed over the Castle Mill Stream. The street is lined with the Duke's Cat pub, a railway line and a listed building of Marmalade factory.
The King's Centre offers you an elegant setting for hosting events in Oxford. This venue houses 10 halls of different capacities ranging from as small as 12 people to 1000 people. Each room is well-facilitated with amenities like internet, state-of-the-art technology, catering services and more, assuring a pleasant event experience. Covering an area of 30000 square feet (2787.0912 square meters), this flexible venue is just ideal for hosting private receptions as well as corporate events.
Dating as far back as the 11th Century, the long-standing Oxford Castle is much revered for its unmarred history. Birthed on the grounds of an erstwhile Anglo-Saxon settlement, this medieval castle once commanded much military as well as cultural significance. It was built on the orders of a Norman nobleman, hence being a stirring window into the military, penal and administrative legacy of Normandy. However, today, the castle and its many ruins lie nestled in the heart of Oxfordshire in all their antiquated glory. Among the medieval remains of the castle is a motte, a cavernous crypt chamber adorned with Norman capitals and columns and the enchanting St George's Tower. Also renowned for its role as a prison, this ruinous castle speaks of a forgotten heritage interweaved with timeless lores and legend. What is more, is that the castle offers tours led by colorful and costumed characters. Over the years, the castle has been preserved and is something of a time capsule, entrancing visitors with poignant tales of its eventful existence.