From M40 South East Exit at J8 (A40). Continue for 6 miles until you reach the ring road roundabout, and turn right onto the A40(W) ring road. After 1.6 miles take the exit immediately after going under the bridge towards Marston. At the T-junction turn left towards New Marston, and at the next T-junction turn right towards Headington Hospitals.
After 0.4 miles turn right at the mini roundabout onto the B4150, and at the next T-junction turn left onto the A4165 Banbury Road. After 0.9 miles turn left at the traffic lights, signed Sheldonian Theatre/Pitt Rivers Museum, and then immediately left again into Norham Gardens.
From Norham Gdns The entrance to the Parks is a small path at the end of Norham Gds (which is where it turns 90 degrees left to become Fyfield Rd). The path isn't that easy to spot, and is on the right hand side of Norham Gdns, after the last building, and on the entrance into Lady Margaret Hall. Parking in Norham Gds is residents only, or pay and display, however there is free parking on Saturdays after 1pm in the adjacent roads of Fyfield Rd, Crick Rd, Norham Rd and Bradmore Rd.
As you enter the Parks take the right fork of the path, continue over the next path, and you will see the lacrosse field and the pavilion on the right.
If you need to park before 1pm then you will need to pay and display, there is a machine in Norham Gdns, on the right just before Fyfield Rd. For details of parking charges see the Oxfordshire Council parking page.
From M40 North Exit at J9 and take the 3rd exit (Oxford A34). After 6.3 miles take the exit for the A44, and at the roundabout take the 2nd exit (Oxford A44). At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit (A4144 Woodstock Road). After 1.6 miles turn left onto Rawlinson Rd, and at the T-junction turn right on to A4165 Banbury Road. After ½ mile turn left at the traffic lights, signed Sheldonian Theatre/Pitt Rivers Museum, and then immediately left again into Norham Gardens. See above from Norham Gdns.
By Rail Trains to Oxford Station run from London Paddington, Reading and Birmingham New Street. From there it is a short taxi ride, or just under a mile flat walk to the Parks.
Alternatively, infrequent buses run to the Keble Road stop, cross the road and go up Keble Road, and at the end turn left for the south-west Parks entrance.
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