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Getting into Oxford

By train

From the east - London (Paddington); from the north Birmingham; west via Swindon or Didcot and from the south via Basingstoke. It is a 15 minute walk from the train station to the Faculty.

By coach

There are also regular coach services into Oxford. From London, the coach station is Victoria. The coaches drop off at the coach station in Gloucester Green – which is only a 7 minute walk from the Faculty.

By car

Park & Ride Oxford's Park and Ride service (operated by the Oxford Bus Company) enables visitors to leave their cars at locations close to the ring-road and travel into the city centre on a frequent bus service. For further information visit: http://www.oxfordcity.co.uk/info/parking.html and http://pagemost.com/Oxford-Park---Ride,-Redbridge-Oxfordshire.

In addition to the bus fare, there is a "Pay & Display" system for parking. As at May 2013, Redbridge, Seacourt and Pear Tree charge £2 per day to park, and Thornhill and Water Eaton are free for the first 11 hours. This 'parking fee' pays for the car parks' security facilities and staff.

The High Street and St Aldates’s are closed to private traffic from 07:30am to 6:30pm and both Broad Street and Cornmarket are pedestrianised. City centre parking is limited and expensive.

Arriving from: Park & Ride: Dropping off point:
the North PEARTREE & WATER EATON (BUS no. 300) Magdalen Street
the South REDBRIDGE (BUS no. 300) George Street
the East HORNHILL (BUS no. 400) High Street
the West SEACOURT (BUS no. 400) Castle Street