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Follow the Money - Walking Tour

Can money ever be 'clean'?

  • From 5 British pounds
  • Meet outside Said Business School

Tour Description

This tour highlights the University of Oxford’s relationship with contentious sources of revenue. Learn about historic and modern wealth distribution networks within the University and engage with conversations of wealth inequality in a city experiencing a housing crisis. We ask why billionaires keep investing in the historic university, how massive philanthropic donations should be handled, and what effects such income streams have on academic freedom and political neutrality. Tour recommended for teens age 13 and older. *Tour Itinerary:* 1. Saïd Business School 2. Middle Fisher Row Gardens 3. Nuffield College 4. Archaeology Library 5. Wellington Square 6. Blavatnik School of Government 7. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities Please note that tour itinerary can vary slightly depending on the discussions and guide. ACCESSIBILITY: - Wheelchair accessible, but please note some mildly uneven pavement and road crossings. - Distance walked is less than one mile. - There are moments for sitting/leaning against walls throughout this tour, and a toilet stop. - We do not have microphones or other amplifying audio equipment, but strive to accommodate diverse needs to the best of our ability. Please let us know of any accommodations required when you register.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule a tour, please contact us 24 hours in advance. Sometimes we take photographs on our tours for promotional purposes, for use on our website or social media pages. By booking with us, it is assumed that you consent to being photographed while participating in this activity. We always endeavor to avoid taking any images with faces visible. Your consent can be withdrawn at anytime before or after the activity, by emailing us directly.

Contact Details

Uncomfortable Oxford Walking Tours, Little Clarendon Street, Oxford, United Kingdom

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