Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire OX44 9PX United Kingdom 01865 610 305 www.obga.ox.ac.uk/visit-arboretum
Explore 140 acres of tranquil British woodland, open wildflower meadows and trees from around the world. The giant redwoods are some of the oldest in the UK, having arrived from California in the late 1850s.
Visit in May to see and smell the stunning drifts of bluebells or meander along the Serpentine Ride and discover a spectrum of dramatic colours whilst our rhododendrons and azaleas are in flower. Visit later in the summer to spot orchids in the Wildflower Meadow or wander amongst the vivid reds, oranges and yellows of the Acer Glade in autumn. Visitors may meet our pigs, peacocks and sheep or catch a glimpse of deer, hare or red kites gliding overhead. Keep an eye on our website or follow us on Facebook to discover more about our special events, such as our Spring and Autumn Fairs and family-friendly craft days.
Opening hours vary throughout the seasons, please see www.obga.ox.ac.uk for current timings.
Adults + Gift Aid: £6.00
Children under 16: Free, but must be accompanied by a paying family member
Annual Passes: £20.00, or £16.50 for concessions.
You could also consider becoming a Friend of the Oxford Botanical Garden and Arboretum for unlimited entry to here and 12 other botanical gardens across the country.
Concessionary Day Ticket: £4.00
Concessionary Day Ticket with Gift Aid: £4.50
Concessions include senior citizens (over 65), unemployed, University of Oxford Alumni, non-Oxford students. Proof of concessionary status is required at the point of purchase.
Registered disabled and carer: Free
Oxford and Oxford Brookes students and staff – entry is free with ID