The magnetic field of Uranus (North and South Poles labeled - "N" and "S") is tilted 59 away from the planet's rotation axis. The dipole component (like a bar magnet) of its magnetic field is also offset from the planet's center by about 1/3rd of the radius of Uranus.
Images courtesy of Wikipedia [magnetic field diagram] and NASA, ESA, L. Sromovsky and P. Fry (University of Wisconsin), H. Hammel (Space Science Institute), and K. Rages (SETI Institute) [Uranus photo].