New Tour Launch: Unnatual Histories

Join us for a unique tour of the Natural History Museum in Oxford! We'll explore how human influence and selective choice shape the narrative of natural history museums, offering an 'unnatural' perspective on their historical and ideological foundations.

Our Services

We provide tours, talks, research services, and project commissions

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Uncomfortable Oxford is an academic-led organisation and certified social enterprise providing a number of services. We research and design educational walking tours for the public that focus on histories of empire, gender, race, class inequality, wealth distribution, disability, and other topics which are often overlooked in traditional narratives. We also provide talks and workshops for a variety of audiences. 

In addition to our public engagement work, we collaborate with a number of professional and academic organisations to undertake research, sensitivity consultation, and digital resource development.

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Public Tours

View our tour schedule to find out about our upcoming tours.


Private Tours

Our private tours are suitable for parties up to 8.


Group Tours

Our group bookings are useful for larger groups, school groups, conference bookings and special company events

A man stands at the front of a lecture room and presents to an audience.


Our extensive group of researchers give public and private lectures alike.

An Uncomfortable Oxford guide presents information to a tour group inside the Ashmolean Museum.


We collaborate with museums, universities, institutions, and private clients to create bespoke experiences and partner on research projects such as the Oxford Health Histories Project.

Our expert guiding team are all researchers specialising in a broad range of subjects. They approach their work through the lens of equity and diversity, celebrating untold narratives and going above and beyond to platform ignored voices. Our tours are the perfect team building activity. They offer a fun and engaging method of tackling the more complex issues we face today.

Additionally, they can provide talks based on their own research, or work with organisations to conduct sensitivity reviews, offering insights and recommendations to enhance representation and fairness. Elevate your organisational activities by getting in touch to book a tour or discuss a commission.