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About Banbury Railway Station

Banbury Railway Station is the central train station serving the market town of Banbury, Oxfordshire. The station was opened in 1850, just a few months after the opening of the Banbury Merton Street Terminus by Buckinghamshire Railway. It underwent an extensive renovation overseen by British Rail in the 1950s.

Oxfordshire - a gem of the south-east

If there's one thing that really puts Oxfordshire on the map, it's Oxford's unique skylines made of impressive towers and domes. The whole county is a nest of English affluence, with horse-riding events hosted by dukes, staggering mansions surrounded by gorgeous parkland, meandering footpaths linking up rustic, Cotswolds villages with the Chiltern Hills, and boat rides down the river Isis giving visitors a unique view of the city of Oxford and its prestigious college buildings.

Welcome to Millets Falconry Centre

Millets Falconry Centre is one of Oxfordshire's most beloved family attractions, housing over 90 birds of prey, ranging from cute little owls to huge, imposing eagles, making it the largest attraction of its kind in the county. Aside from its flying residents, the centre also has meerkats, skunks, raccoons, and a number of different reptiles. It hosts regular demonstrations and informative talks on these incredible animals, making an unforgettable day out for the whole family.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Banbury Railway Station? Travelodge Bicester Cherwell Valley M4 Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Buckingham Hotel can be reached in half an hour.