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Hidden Heritage Graffiti Trail

Oxford Castle & Prison, 44-46 Oxford Castle, New Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1AY

Discover the amazing and secret history of Oxford's graffiti through the ages - from ancient wall carving to tags!

If you pay close attention, you'll find hidden traces of graffiti, wall carvings, and other hidden gems all around Oxford! Discover the world of 'illegal' graffiti throughout the ages in Oxford, from church pews to street walls! Pick up your copy of the self-guided walk after silk-printing your old t-shirt at The Gallery, Block C, Oxford Castle (Saturday and Sunday from 1000-1500), or download it from this webpage from Thursday 7 September.

This event is part of New Wave, a series of innovative youth-led events being produced for this year’s Heritage Open Days festival. New Wave is a project by Heritage Open Days, which is presented by the National Trust and supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The project aims to get more 18-25 year olds involved in creating, running and attending events for Heritage Open Days. This event is open to all but this age group is particularly welcome! You can find out more on our New Wave Page.

The trails can be download here:
Full Trail download.
Saturday Trail.
Sunday Trail.

This event took place in September 2023 and the entry is now archived.

Organised by

Oxford Preservation Trust

Date last modified: 6th September 2023 at 16:12