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Oxford Castle - Unlocked

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44-46 Oxford Castle
Oxford
Oxfordshire
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Hear the blood-curdling techniques of a medieval barber surgeon, surrounded by the tools of his trade. Learn about the Black Death and how the wounds of battle were treated, with arrow extraction and amputation. Discover how teeth were pulled, bones were set and blood was let. Dare you come face to face with a real life leech?

Children can also explore Oxford Castle Unlocked with our Summer Trail and take part in art activities.

Included in entrance fee.

Telephone: 01865 260 666
Contact name: Amanda Coombs

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