‘LyrAlice’ Great Outdoor Walk

with local historian, guide, and author Mark Davies, a trustee of the Lewis Carroll Society, to coincide with the 125th anniversary of Lewis Carroll


A three-mile urban-to-rural walk with local historian and author, Mark Davies through the Oxford of Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’ and that of Philip Pullman’s ‘Lyra’. Oxford has inspired both authors in different ways, and the walk will pass numerous places of fictional and of actual relevance, including college and university buildings, the Victorian suburb of Jericho, the Oxford Canal (watch out for ‘gyptians’!) and the wide expanse of Port Meadow to reach the treacly hamlet of Binsey, where all’s well that ends well.

Note: sturdy footwear recommended and there is no public transport from Binsey: participants will need to make their own onward/homeward arrangements.

This walk is free to celebrate Alice’s Day 2023.

The start point will be outside the he start point will be advised at the time of booking.

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Jul 01 2023


2:00 pm

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