Oxford is well connected to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.Read More...
London’s other airports (Luton, Stansted and London City) are less well-connected to Oxford: reliable travel directions can be found here.
Oxford is served by Oxford Central Station and Oxford Parkway Station.Read More...
Oxford Central Station is a 15-minute walk or short cab ride from the FLoC venues; Oxford Parkway station is further away but well connected to FLoC venues by bus and taxi.
Express coach services run between Oxford and London (1-1½ hours), London Heathrow, Birmingham and other destinations nationwide.Read More...
National Express services to Oxford (details)
The main FLoC venues (the Blavatnik School of Government and the Mathematical Institute) are served by buses 2, 6, 300, 500 and 700.Read More...
There are standing taxi ranks at Gloucester Green coach station and Oxford City rail station.Read More...
Radio Taxis: 01865 24 24 24 online booking available.
A1 Taxis: 01865 248 000 online booking available.
Go Green Taxis: 01865 922 222 online booking available.
Royal Cars: 01865 777 333 online booking available.
The main FLoC venues (the Mathematical Institute and Blavatnik School of Government) are new buildings with modern accessibility design (level-ground building access, automatic doors, elevators, wheelchair accessibility in the lecture theatres, hearing loops, accessible bathrooms and trained facilities staff). We will conduct an audit of the other venues and post accessibility considerations here. If you have any special requirements, please let us know.
In terms of getting around: all of the London Black Cab-style taxis (the kind you can hail in the street) are wheelchair-friendly (see video demo here). Minicabs (the kind of taxi you can book by telephone) are not always accessible vehicles but if you tell the dispatcher about your requirements they should be able to send you a suitable car. Public buses in Oxford, as well as the coaches to London, Heathrow and Gatwick, have dedicated wheelchair/baby stroller space and roll-on-roll-off “kneeling bus” design. Note however that there is only one wheelchair space per bus and if it is full, you will have to wait for the next bus.
Since some of Oxford’s infrastructure (especially the Colleges) is literally medieval, accessibility can be patchy, but the Oxford City Council has been making an effort to open up the central public areas and they have published a helpful set of accessiblity guides to the city.
See our page of things to do. See also:
Experience Oxfordshire (tourism in the Oxford area)
Oxford Daily Info (local events and nightlife)
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