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Visit the Oxford's Christmas website for what's on over this year's festive season.
Oxford's Christmas means eight weeks of cultural fun and celebration, which began with the Christmas Light Festival on 22-24 November 2013.
Over 45,000 people enjoyed the famous lantern parade and late night themed opening at museums and arts centres for Christmas Light Night on Friday 22 November 2013, followed by Saturday night's music and dance events and a Day of Song on Sunday.
Oxford's world-class museums, galleries and art centres opened their doors for themed events and activities over the weekend, with many staying open as late as 10pm on the Friday night.
The Christmas Light Festival also hosted a romantic Victorian fairground and three day festive market in historic St Giles, where hundreds of stalls offered visitors local ales, mulled wine and produce from across the Thames Valley and Cotswolds.
Christmas Light Night in Oxford is co-ordinated by Oxford City Council and Ian Nolan Events on behalf of communities and cultural organisations across the city.
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Page last updated 3 December 2013