Activities for Stag Do’s

Paint Balling

Paint Balling

A top notch venue that will make for many a paintballing adventure. Excellent paintballing terrain to be tackled as you and your mates go headlong into momentous battle. Enjoy eight varied game zones.

Falconry

Falconry

This activity is much more than a display – it’s an opportunity for each of your guests to fly a Harris Hawk for themselves. They will be able to experience the excitement of sending a hawk into the trees and then calling them back to the gloved hand.

Beer Tasting

Beer Tasting

Brewery tours begin from the Visitor’s Centre – originally bought in 1849. After a trip around the brewery, museum and village museum, witness the working steam engine on the ground floor, sample some beer and take home your own glass with a badge.

Zorb Football

Zorb Football

Zorb football encases your entire upper body, you’ll be able to run around and kick the ball but your ability to balance will be seriously compromised without the use of your arms. Streams of laughter as you see your mates bouncing and rolling around the pitch.

Go Karting

Go Karting

The facilities at Oxford’s amazing circuit are second to none. The circuit is set within a stadium, so the spectator areas are fantastic! Well maintained Sodi Karts provide the speed, whilst the exciting circuit provides the thrills and spills. A computerised lap timing system will be able to accurately inform you of how you’re performing and what you need to improve on.

Night Clubs

Nightclubs

Our main club offers two large bars, a premium bar in the Lounge and 3 dancefloors to suit all tastes. The excellent reputation is as much based on the friendly service and quality of music, as the venue itself.

High ropes

High Ropes

With 30+ obstacles up to 40ft high, conquer the elements from the tree-top assault course with zip slides, suspended tunnel, tarzan swings, balance beams and a 13m drop zone parachute descender! Can be combined with laser gaming, subject to availability.

Football Tickets

Football Tickets

Oxford United were founded in 1893 as Headington United, adopting the current name in 1960. Oxford were promoted to League Two on 16 May 2010 after a 3–1 win over York City in the Conference National play-off Final at Wembley Stadium. Their home ground is the Kassam Stadium in Oxford, with a capacity of 12,500.

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