Oxford Points of Interest

Oxford Points Of Interest

VISIT: PORT OF OXFORD for more information


The Oxford Community Center – The Oxford Community Center, a pillared brick schoolhouse saved from the wrecking ball by the town residents, is a gathering place for the community for meetings, classes, lectures, dinner theater and performances by the Tred Avon Players.

Oxford Museum – Many local families have been generous in sharing their family treasures for all to see and learn more about our rich past. The Oxford Museum is now becoming a special destination for school groups, tourist buses, research teams, and families anxious for enriched outings together in a special setting like Oxford.

Tred Avon Yacht Club – N. Morris St. & The Strand. founded in 1931, the present building, completed in 1990, replaced the original structure.

Oxford-Bellevue Ferry – N.Morris St. & the Strand. Started in 1683, this is believed to be the oldest privately owned ferry in the United States. Its first keeper was Richard Royston, whom the Talbot County Court ‘pitcht upon’ to run a ferry at an unusual subsidy of 2,500 pounds of tobacco. Service has been continuous since 1836, with power supplied by sail, sculling, rowing, steam, and modern diesel engine. Many now take the ride between Oxford and Bellvue for the scenic beauty.

How To Get To Oxford

From 95 South, take 896 to Rt.301 South. Remain on 301 for about 45 – 60 minutes. From 301 take 213 to Rt. 50 East. Remain on Rt. 50 to the Town of Easton. You will pass the airport on the right. About a quarter of a mile past the airport, take a right on Rt.322, the Easton By-Pass. At the fifth traffic light, take a right turn onto Rt.333, Oxford Road. Remain on Rt. 333 approximately 11 miles. Caution!! Obey the speed laws in Oxford, they are very strict!