Blackwell’s Bookshop located at 48-51 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BQ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 792792

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priyanka banerjee

5 Google Rating

Great place to be for a bookworm. Huge collection of books spanning different genres and time. Warm

5/ 5

Great place to be for a bookworm. Huge collection of books spanning different genres and time. Warm and courteous staff who are always ready to help

Alex Dunn

5 Google Rating

A really great place. A historical part of Oxford and definitely worth a visit if you are interested

5/ 5

A really great place. A historical part of Oxford and definitely worth a visit if you are interested in books. There are sections for children’s books, as well as non-fiction and poetry. A vast selection of books in general, and you could spend hours browsing them all. There is also a music shop attached to the bookshop, selling instruments, sheet music and records. Upstairs there is a café with great food, and a view of the Sheldonian Theatre.

Leanne Jowett

1 Google Rating

AVOID AT ALL COSTS. Ordered online, and they didn't bother to send the book until after I emailed a

1/ 5

AVOID AT ALL COSTS. Ordered online, and they didn't bother to send the book until after I emailed asking why it was taking so long. I honestly assumed it had been dispatched. Customer service was appalling. They told me it would be dispatched within 24 hours and thanks for my patience. I now have to wait 2-4 days for delivery. That's around 10 days since ordering. I assume it's coming by steamboat.

jun-yeop park

5 Google Rating

The bookshop was awesome and it was in the most historical place in Oxford. It reminded me of the ma

5/ 5

The bookshop was awesome and it was in the most historical place in Oxford. It reminded me of the magic city of Harry potter. Goods and all books seemed to be awesome. I would recommend you to visit here if you are interested in finding old and historical bookshop! ☺

Andi Begolli

5 Google Rating

Two of my favourite things, coffee and books in one place. The place is amazing and essentially an O

5/ 5

Two of my favourite things, coffee and books in one place. The place is amazing and essentially an Oxford landmark with a great selection of books and i've spent hours inside. Bought a few books from the place too. Definitely worth the visit

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  • Monday09:00 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Tuesday09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Wednesday09:00 AM - 06:30 PM
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