Culham Conference Centre is situated in the beautiful countryside of rural Oxfordshire, sharing its location with the world-class fusion research centre, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE), located at Culham Science Centre.
With dedicated meeting rooms, professional networking areas and exhibition spaces, it offers guests a wide range of meeting spaces, however large or small your professional entourage may be.
Culham is the perfect setting for like-minded professionals to get together and be… professional. And you are welcome to take a look for yourself. Their friendly staff are on hand to show you around.
The conference centre is quite versatile, with a choice of seven purpose-built conference rooms, each providing the latest HD ready technology and comfort. It can host large lectures in the tiered lecture theatre, networking in the open foyer areas or boardroom meetings for 2 to 24 with ease.
TOSCA, CLEO, DITE, ZETA, PHOENIX and COMPASS meeting rooms can cater for 2 to 70 delegates. The John Adams lecture theatre seats up to 234 delegates in a tiered theatre style, ideal for prestigious, large-scale events and presentations.
The centre offers excellent food and exceptional service. The seasonal hospitality menus are designed and produced by their head chef and his dedicated in-house team who ensure that everything is prepared to perfection.
If you are planning an event that requires something a little different, such as a themed event, contact the team, who will be happy to discuss your requirements.
Alternatively, you may choose to have lunch in the restaurant, where you can expect to receive the same high-quality options and service. Here you can choose from a wide selection of freshly prepared hot meals and delicious desserts.
The conference centre, OX14 3DB, is located off the A415 east of Abingdon and within easy access to A34 and M40. There is ample free parking available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The conference centre is a short walk from Culham Station, served by First Great Western trains between London Paddington and Banbury and local trains between Didcot and Oxford.
A dedicated bus service helps site users to travel between Abingdon and the conference centre. The 95 and 95b bus service helps site users to travel between Didcot and the conference centre.
Cyclists are encouraged to use the cycle path that runs along the A415 between Culham village past the Culham Science Centre and to Berinsfield.