The Oxford Science Park is an excellent location situated 4 miles to the South East of Oxford City Centre.
Travel to the park
The Oxford Science Park benefits from easy access to the M40, A34 and other road networks, Heathrow Airport and mainline train services.
With sustainability and convenience in mind, buses, an on-demand minibus service, car sharing and a bike-sharing schemes are also available.
The Magdalen Centre Postcode – OX4 4GA
The Sadler and Schrödinger Building Postcode – OX4 4GE
When travelling from the north use the M40 Junction 9, or from London use the M40 Junction 8. The Park is well signposted. However where not indicated follow signs for the A4074 or the Kassam Stadium (located about 500 metres east of the Park).
The current London trains to Paddington are operated by Great Western Railway (GWR). Oxford railway station is approximately five miles from the Science Park. It is recommended to get a taxi from the Railway station to the Park. In addition, Chiltern Railways operates from Oxford Station, via Oxford Parkway, to London Marylebone. London is an hour by train.
The 3A Bus offers a service from Oxford City Centre (Norfolk Street, stop E1; High Street, stop T2) to The Oxford Science Park. The service is operated by the Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach, and the latest timetable may be viewed on the Oxford Bus Company’s website.
The Oxford Science Park has partnered with the Oxford Bus Company on its innovative on-demand minibus service, PickMeUp.
PickMeUp covers the East of the City, including the City centre, park-and-ride services, the John Radcliffe and Churchill Hospitals and The Oxford Science Park. You can download the app and find out more about the service here.
ofo bike sharing scheme The ofo bike-sharing scheme is active on The Oxford Science Park, and is a great way to get around the campus and into the City centre. There are more details here.
The Oxford Science Park’s car share scheme is a partnership scheme with Liftshare, providing you with the opportunity to participate in greener and more efficient travel solutions to and from the Park. For further details, visit the Park’s Liftshare website, or to register for the scheme, contact Robert Horsfield.