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O3 Gallery Oxford

Opening Times

Tues-Fri 12-5pm, Sat&Sun 11am – 4pm, closed Mondays.
 
The O3 Gallery is open during exhibitions only (please check dates) and may be closed for a short period in between whilst we install a new show. Opening times may be subject to change, please ring 01865 246131 for up-to-date information.

Access

The O3 Gallery has two entrances, one from Oxford Castle Market Square and the other from Oxford Castle garden. Regrettably, only the lower half of the O3 Gallery is currently accessible via wheelchair from the Oxford Castle Garden.
 
Assistance dogs are welcome.

Directions

From The East (From London M40)
Leave the M40 at Junction 8 to join the A40 (Oxford). Continue until you get to the Green Road Roundabout, taking the first exit onto the Ring Road (A4142), remain on the Ring Road, continuing straight over the next two roundabouts. At the third roundabout take the second exit onto the Abingdon Road (A4144), towards the City Centre. Once over Folly Bridge take the first left onto Thames Street, follow the road around continuing into Oxpens Road, passing the Ice Rink and Oxford & Cherwell College. Follow the road around (bearing right) and into Hollybush Row and take the second right into St Thomas Street. Follow this road bearing left and into Tidmarsh Lane, Oxford Castle is situated on the right.

From The South (From Dorchester A423)
Continue on the A423 (towards Littlemore) at the first roundabout take the first exit joining the Ring Road (A4142). Carry on until the next roundabout and take the second exit onto the Abingdon Road (A4144), towards the City Centre. Once over Folly Bridge take the first left onto Thames Street, follow the road around continuing onto Oxpens Road, passing the Ice Rink and Oxford & Cherwell College. Follow the road around (bearing right) and onto Hollybush Row and take the second right onto St Thomas Street. Follow this road bearing left and onto Tidmarsh Lane, Oxford Castle is situated on the right.

(From Abingdon A34)
Continue on the A34 towards South Hinksey, at the first roundabout take the third exit onto the A4142 Ring Road. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the Abingdon Road (A4144), towards the City Centre. Once over Folly Bridge take the first left onto Thames Street, follow the road around continuing into Oxpens Road, passing the Ice Rink and Oxford & Cherwell College. Follow the road around (bearing right) and into Hollybush Row and take the second right onto St Thomas Street. Follow this road bearing left and onto Tidmarsh Lane, Oxford Castle is situated on the right.

From The West
At the junction of the A420 and the A34, take the Botley Road into Oxford City Centre. You will pass the central train station on your left after approximately 2 miles. After the traffic lights outside the station, approach the next traffic lights which are 50 yards further on, get in right hand lane. You are now directly opposite Smollensky’s. Turn right and get in left hand lane. Take the first left down Park End Street. Proceed towards the end of Park End Street (you will see an open car park on your left which is a short walk from the Castle) and turn right up New Road. The Castle Development is on your right hand side after approximately 0.5 of a mile.

Parking is available as previously indicated at the end of Park End Street or in the Westgate Centre which can be reached by driving past the Castle and following the road around to the entrance of the car park which you will drive under shortly after passing the Castle.

From The North
From the M40, take Junction 9 to the A34 following signs for Oxford City Centre. At the Peartree Roundabout (after approximately 4 miles), follow signs to Oxford City Centre. After Peartree Roundabout (this is the roundabout with services, Holiday Inn and Travel Lodge on), turn left up approximately 0.5 mile dual carriageway. Take the right hand lane and proceed around the roundabout, making sure to cross to middle lane which will take you to Oxford City Centre via Woodstock Road.

After approximately 3 miles, keeping a straight line, you will come to traffic lights at Martyr’s Memorial (to the right hand side you will see The Randolph Hotel). Turn right here up Beaumont Street. Proceed to the end of the road and take the left turn towards Hythe Bridge Street.

Having gone over the small bridge, get in left hand lane and turn left and then left again (back on yourself) into Park End Street. Proceed towards the end of Park End Street (you will see an open car park on your left which is a short walk from the Castle) and turn right up New Road. The Castle Development is on your right hand side after approximately 0.5 of a mile.

Parking is available as previously indicated at the end of Park End Street or in the Westgate Centre which can be reached by driving past the Castle and following the road around to the entrance of the car park which you will drive under shortly after passing the Castle.

By Train
Oxford Train Station is located approximately 1 mile from Oxford Castle. Leave the station and head for the main road, turning left at the main traffic lights around the Said Business School – large building in front of you, across from bus and taxi stops, as you walk out of the station. Keeping the Said on your left, walk up Hythe Bridge Street turning right in front of Café Coco. Turn immediately left down Park End Street.

Proceed towards the end of Park End Street and turn right up New Road. The Castle Development is on your right hand side after approximately 0.5 of a mile.

By Bus
Gloucester Green bus station is located in the heart of Oxford City Centre in George Street. Once on George Street, turn right and then immediately left and bear left around the corner into New Road. Oxford Castle is located on the right hand side after approximately 0.5 mile. BY PLANE Heathrow Airport 90 minutes Gatwick Airport 120 minutes Luton Airport 90 minutes Coventry Airport 60 minutes Oxford Airport 20 minutes

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