Getting Here



Begbroke Science Park,
Begbroke Hill,
Woodstock Road,


We have recently opened a new access road to Begbroke Science Park. Your Sat Nav may try and take you to the old road, which is now closed. Please follow the road signage to the new road which links directly to the A44.

Travel by Mini Bus

Travel by Minibus

Begbroke Science Park offers a private minibus services that is free of charge to all university members and visitors.

Mini Bus Timetable

Mini Bus Timetable

Minibus Tracker

Travel by Car

Travel by Car

Directions from the South:

From the A34 Peartree Roundabout, take the A44 towards Woodstock. At the next roundabout take the first exit and then continue straight over the following roundabout with 'The Turnpike' Public House on your right-side and onto the dual carriageway. Continue over the pedestrian crossing, and over the next roundabout, until you reach the traffic lights sign posted 'Begbroke Science Park'. Turn right at these traffic lights. Follow the entrance road, then round to the right and turn left into the car park (signed 'Site Reception and Visitors Car Park', if you are attending a conference, please park in the 'Conference Car Park').

Directions from the North:

From Woodstock, travel south on the A44, continue straight over the traffic lights for Oxford Airport and pass through the village of Begbroke on the dual carriageway. At the next traffic lights, turn left into 'Begbroke Science Park'. Follow the entrance road, then round to the right and turn left into the car park (signed 'Site Reception and Visitors Car Park', if you are attending a conference, please park in the 'Conference Car Park').

Public Transport

Public Transport

Public Transport Stagecoach operate a frequent bus service offering two routes that stop a short walk away from Begbroke Science Park.Please see Oxfordshire for details of the Stagecoach bus service.

The number S3 to Woodstock runs from Oxford Train station (stop R5) and Gloucester Green Bus Station (Bay 8). This is the recommended option for using public transport. It travels north along the Woodstock Road then on to the A44. You will need to ask the driver to stop at the Sandy Lane Roundabout bus stop in Yarnton. From the bus stop, head north towards the traffic lights and crossing. You will pass the Blenheim Edge guest house on your right and will find the science park is located on the right, and is signposted. For the number S3 timetable please click here.

The number 2 bus runs from Magdalen Street in Oxford city centre (Bus stop C1) to Kidlington. You will need to get off at the stop along Yarnton Road just before Kidlington Football Club. The number 2 bus is more frequent but less convenient, as from Yarnton Road it is a 5 to 10 minute walk to Begbroke Science Park and there is no pedestrian walkway. From the bus stop continue down Yarnton Road across the humpback bridge and take the right fork down Sandy Lane where you will pass over a railway crossing. Take the first right towards the cycle and pedestrian entrance where you will find Begbroke Science Park signposted. For the number 2 timetable please click here.

Please note that you should not take the 7B.

Travel by Bike

Travel by Bike

Begbroke Science Park is easily accessible, using one of the many cycle paths from Kidlington, Begbroke, Oxford and surrounding villages.

To find your local cycle route to Begbroke Science Park please visit Sustrans a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more journeys every day.

Other Cycling information

Cyclox: Oxford pro cycling campaign

Oxfordshire County Council


How to postcode your bike