You can easily reach University Parks by train. The nearest station is Oxford, which is served by Great Western Railway, Chiltern Railways and CrossCountry. Once you exit Oxford, simply University Parks is just 20 minutes from the station and 10 minutes from the city centre. Head out of the station onto Hythe Bridge Street and turn left and head towards the city centre. Cross the river and turn left onto Walton Street, then turn right onto Little Clarendon Street. At the end of the road, turn left and then take the first right and walk down past St Giles' Church. At the end crossover and walk down Keble Road. The park entrance is at the end of the road.

Spend a fun day out with your family and friends at University Parks. Have a nice stroll around the grounds and discover the different kinds of colourful flowers and plants available, or enjoy a nice picnic under the trees.

Visit the University Parks website for opening information.

 

This attraction has free entry for all.

 

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