Oxford University's Botanic Garden

Britain’s oldest Botanical Garden is the Oxford University’s Botanic Garden, on Rose Lane in central Oxford. Started in 1621 with a mission to ‘promote the furtherance of learning and to glorify nature’, you’ll find the Botanic Garden nestled next to Magdalen Bridge on the river Cherwell, where novice punters often pass by with their poles and paddles, swans, ducks, and other birds and wildlife abound.

The Botanic Garden is the most compact, yet diverse, collection of many types of plants, including rare and unusual species. This site is home to almost 7,000 different species of plants and trees from around the world, and horticulturists from across the globe come to study its impressive collection, alongside the many visitors who continue to marvel at its delights on a memorable day out.

For more information, see Botanic-Garden.ox.ac.uk

If you would like to stay close to the centre of Oxford and its attractions, we have a number of apartments including a modern one bed apartment overlooking St George’s Tower and the Mound. And a one bed apartment or two bed duplex penthouse, with a private terrace, in the heart of the Oxford Castle Quarter.

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