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New Bridge

New Bridge, Witney OX29 7QD, UK


About New Bridge

New Bridge is a 13th-century bridge carrying the Abingdon–Witney road over the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, close to the Thames' confluence with the River Windrush. It is one of the two oldest surviving bridges on the Thames, part Grade I and part Grade II*-listed.  The bridge is in a rural setting, with a public house at either end: the Maybush Inn on the south bank and the Rose Revived on the other.

Attractions near New Bridge

Farmoor Reservoir6.16km from New Bridge

Farmoor Reservoir is a man-made reservoir situated five miles west of Oxford. Split into two lakes, it covers an area of 400 acres in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. The reservoir is used for sports: fishing, dinghy sailing and windsurfing. Oxford Sailing Club and the Oxford Sail Training Trust are based there.

Swinford Toll Bridge8.23km from New Bridge

Swinford Toll Bridge is a privately owned toll bridge across the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England. It crosses the river just above Eynsham Lock, between the village of Eynsham on the west bank and the hamlet of Swinford on the east bank. It is a Grade II* listed building, and has been scheduled as an ancient monument.

Cogges Manor Farm is a beautiful Cotswold heritage farmstead with 1,000 years of history. It is now a heritage centre with Grade II* Listed 13th-century manor house and 17th-century farm buildings, and over 15 acres of naturally beautiful grounds to explore - walled garden, orchard, islands and moat, and river Windrush walk.

Abingdon County Hall Museum10.36km from New Bridge

Abingdon County Hall Museum’s aim is to present the history of Abingdon and the surrounding locality in the most informative, exciting and accessible way possible. It housed a courtroom on the first floor, raised on arches above a market space. It is now home to the Abingdon County Hall Museum, and there are fine views from the rooftop overlooking the market square.

Thames Path10.68km from New Bridge

The Thames Path National Trail is a wonderful way to explore the River Thames. This long distance walking route starts at the source of the river in a field in the Cotswolds and follows the banks of the Thames for 184 miles (294km) through several rural counties before entering the City of London and finishing at the Thames Barrier in Greenwich.

Abbey Meadows10.8km from New Bridge

The Abbey Gardens are a charming stroll with flat, easy paths and wide gates. Amongst the planted flower displays can be found Victoria’s statue and the ruins which have fooled many a visitor into thinking they have seen the remains of Abingdon Abbey. It  has won the Green Flag award for parks and open spaces for ten years in a row.

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Oxfordshire83 attractions

Oxfordshire is a landlocked county in the far west of the government statistical region of South East England. The ceremonial county borders Warwickshire to the north-west, Northamptonshire to the north-east, Buckinghamshire to the east, Berkshire to the south, Wiltshire to the south-west and Gloucestershire to the west.