Everything you need to know for your visit to Oxford Castle and Prison
Our doors are open and we’re ready to welcome you to Oxford Castle and Prison!
Before you book…
Book online in advance – each tour has a capacity of 20 people so we recommend booking online to guarantee the tour time that you want and to avoid disappointment. We especially recommend booking in advance during the school holidays as our tours get booked up quickly!
Booking confirmation email – once you have booked you will receive a booking confirmation email confirming the date and time of your visit. Please email us at email@example.com if you have not received this.
Plan your visit to us – No parking is available on site. We recommend using one of 5 Oxford Park and Rides which have frequent bus links into the city centre. Seacourt Park and Ride is the closest to the city. Car parks can be found at Oxpens, Worcester Street, Gloucester Green and Westgate Shopping Centre which are all a short walking distance to Oxford Castle. For more details and a map of Oxford’s car parks please visit the Oxford City Council website.
Arrival – please arrive 10 minutes before the start of your tour slot so we can ensure that the tour begins on time.
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