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Come to visit our wonderful grounds, discover seven centuries of history and experience Worcester College for yourself.

Since summer 2023, we have been piloting a self-guided tour and free public admission to our gardens and grounds. Following a review of the pilot, the College has decided to pause free public admission and the following arrangements will be in place until further notice.

Please note that, for all visitors, group sizes are limited to six people and only assistance dogs are allowed on site. Sometimes we need to close at short notice for events or College business: please check before you travel.

Opening hours

For prospective applicants

For Worcester Old Members

For University members and Alumni Card holders

For our neighbours

For tourists

Upcoming closures

Main entrance to Worcester College

Our location

Worcester College can be found on the junction of Beaumont Street, Walton Street and Worcester Street in the centre of Oxford. To find the main entrance, you can use the what3words code ///credit.rivers.echo

We’re about 10 minutes’ walk from Oxford train station, and across the road from the main bus and coach station at Gloucester Green. If you or one of your party needs a Blue Badge parking space, please contact the Porters’ Lodge ahead of time at lodge@worc.ox.ac.uk or on 01865 278300.

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Cottages and lawn seen through stone arch

Accessibility

Worcester College is home to buildings spanning 700 years and a large variety of outdoor spaces. This multi-level site presents challenges in the twenty-first century but we do our best to provide accessible spaces for all. Follow the link below to find out more about accessibility at Worcester.

Accessibility at Worcester Students with disabilities

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