The Oxford Science Park

The Oxford Science Park
Magdalen Centre, Robert Robinson Avenue

About The Oxford Science Park

The Oxford Science Park is a science and technology park located on the southern edge of Oxford City. It is owned by Magdalen College, Oxford and was officially opened in 1991. The park maintains strong links with the nearby University of Oxford.

The park is home to more than 3,500 people in over 100 companies – from start-ups to multinationals.

Built within 75 acres of enclosed grounds, the park is stimulating and enjoyable at any time of the year, with an abundance of natural planting and hard landscaping working together seamlessly.

Two feature lakes, tree-lined avenues, and a wealth of hidden walks and seating areas, allow for outside fitness and walks, or to simply relax by the river and enjoy the peace and quiet.

There are plenty of amenities on the site including cafes, nursery, meeting room hire, bar and brasserie. There is also easy access to nearby supermarkets, pharmacies, and retail parks, hotels and fitness facilities.

Getting there

By car
The postcode for the Magdalen Centre is OX4 4GA
The postcode for the Sadler and Schrödinger Building is 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).

By rail
The nearest rail station is Oxford railway station with regular trains from London Paddington, London Marylebone, and other cities. Oxford railway station is approximately five miles from the Science Park, and it is recommended to get a taxi from the railway station to the Park.

By Bus
The bus 3A runs from Oxford City Centre (Norfolk Street, stop E1; High Street, stop T2) to The Oxford Science Park.

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