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University of Oxford Botanic Garden
Rose Lane
Oxford
Oxfordshire

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Situated on the banks of the River Cherwell, the University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the perfect place to escape the noise of the city whilst enjoying a classic yet contemporary garden full of stunning plants. This Garden is the oldest botanic garden in the UK displaying over 7,000 different species in a grade 1 walled family ordered garden, exotic glasshouses, water and rock gardens and beautiful boarders.

The Garden has a packed calendar of events for all ages throughout the year including a series of festival days. Guided tours are also available.

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Nearest Train Station: Oxford
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Nearest UK Airport: Heathrow
Months Open: Nov - Feb 9 - 4.30
Mar, Apr & Oct 9 - 5
May - Sep 9 - 6
Thursdays in June, July & Aug 9 - 8
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 2.50
Children in full time education: Free
Gift Shop: Yes

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