How to get here
There are many ways to travel to and from the Park. Here we share the various routes, options and related information.
Magdalen Centre Postcode – OX4 4GA
Sadler Building Postcode – OX4 4GE
The Oxford Science Park is located approximately 4 miles south east of Oxford City centre. 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).
From 25th July 2016. Bus service 3A operates between the City Centre (Speedwell Street) and the Magdalen Centre on the Science Park. Journey Time approx 26 minutes.
The link to the new 3A timetable is provided here (PDF).
Electric Car Charging
We provide electric charging points on the Park. For
The main smartphone-enabled POD Point electric car charging station can be found outside The Magdalen Centre on Robert Robinson Avenue.
You will need to download the POD Point Open Charge App on iOS/Android.
No smartphone? Use the web app at: open.pod-point.com
For further details, please contact Robert Horsfield.
There are various airports which can be accessed from the Park by road:
London Heathrow 47 miles
London Luton 55 miles
Southampton 66 miles
Birmingham 70 miles
London Gatwick 83 miles
Bristol 93 miles
London Stansted 95 miles
Oxford railway station is approximately 5 miles from the Park. Oxford railway station has regular trains from London Paddington and other cities.
The current London Trains are operated by Great Western Railway (GWR) click here.
It is recommended to get a taxi from the Railway station to the Park.
In addition, Chiltern Railways has announced that in December 2016, it will operate from Oxford Station to London Marylebone click here.