Address: Oxford Botanic Gardens, Rose Lane, Oxford OX1 4AZ
Opening Hours: Opening Hours For Oxford Botanic Garden & Harcourt Arboretum
Entry Fees: Ticket Prices
Bank Holidays: Open, but advise to call for further information
Telephone: +44 (0)1 865 610 300
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Suitable For Children: Yes
Cafes & Restaurants:
Yes
Toilets and Facilities – Yes
Pets: Only registered disability assistance dogs are allowed in the gardens and arboretum
Car Parking: Oxford Botanic Garden (No) – Nearest is St Clements’s Car Park – Harcourt Arboretum (Yes)
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Email: admin@obg.ox.ac.uk
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Oxford Botanic Garden & Harcourt Arboretum

The Oxford Botanic Gardens were established in 1621, and is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain, offering a captivating display of over 6,000 plant species across 4 acres. Situated in the heart of Oxford, this historic garden features themed areas such as the medicinal garden, walled garden, and glasshouses, showcasing a diverse range of plants from around the world.

Complementing the botanic garden is the Harcourt Arboretum, a 130-acre site located in Nuneham Courtenay, just outside of Oxford. This expansive arboretum provides a tranquil setting for exploring a remarkable collection of trees, shrubs, and wildflowers. Together, these two botanical attractions offer visitors a rich tapestry of plant life, educational opportunities, and a peaceful retreat from the bustle of city life.

Visitors to the Oxford Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum can immerse themselves in the beauty and diversity of plant species, engage in educational activities, and gain insight into the rich botanical heritage of the region. Whether for strolls, educational pursuits, or simply finding solace in nature, these botanical sites provide a unique and enriching experience for all who visit.