Oxford is easily accessible by road and rail, and Oxford Castle Unlocked is situated a short five minute walk away from the train and coach stations.
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Oxford rail station has regular links to London (60 minutes) and all major UK cities. For information and timetables visit National Rail
Oxford is connected to London, the M25 and the Midlands by the M40, and the Oxford ring road provides direct access to Southampton, Portsmouth and Bristol via the A34. For directions, visit the AA route finder or Google maps.
By coach or bus
Regular coach links run daily from central London (100 minutes), Heathrow (80 minutes) and Gatwick (120 minutes) airports.
Oxford Bus Company
For coach links to other major UK cities, please visit: National Express.
Compare all coach, flight and train options for getting to Oxford from major cities across the UK and outside the UK with GoEuro.
Oxford has five Park & Ride car parks, with frequent bus links into the city centre. Car parks can be found at Oxpens, Worcester Street and Gloucester Green and are all a short walking distance from Oxford Castle.
Please be aware that Westgate multi-storey car park is now closed until 2017 for the redevelopment of the Westgate shopping centre.
Coach parking is available at Redbridge Park and Ride. All long term coach parking has moved from Oxpens to Redbridge due to the Westgate development.
For more details and a map of Oxford’s car parks, please visit Oxford City Council's Parking web page.