Westgate Oxford is located in the heart of Oxford city and can be easily accessed by public transport including six newly improved Park & Ride routes.
Westgate has an underground car park but spaces are limited and we recommend you use Park & Ride for your journey into the city centre.
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Park & Ride is the easiest way to get into Oxford with journey times into the City Centre every 10-15 minutes during peak times.
Simply park your car, make a single playment and catch the bus into the City Centre and kids go free!*
There are six Park & Ride sites located around Oxford's ring road and each site is equipped with EV charge points for electric car drivers.
Bicycle spaces are conveniently located in the vicinity of Westgate. Indoor secure parking stands as well as outdoor parking at Greyfriars Place (at the northern end of Old Greyfriars Street) are also available.
A detailed map showing the extensive cycling facilities across the City Centre including cycle routes, cycle parking, bike shops is provided on Oxford City Council’s cycling pages.
Our bicycle spaces can be found in the following locations around the centre: North of John Lewis (76 spaces), West of John Lewis (30 spaces), SW of John Lewis (30 spaces), Speedwell Street (104 No. spaces).
Parking is limited at Westgate , so we recommend you use Park and Ride for your journey into central Oxford.
If you drive into the city please follow our signs or direct your sat nav to Thames Street (OX1 1SL) and look out for the turning down to our underground car park.
Parking charges apply Monday - Sunday ranging from £3 for one hour to £25 for 24 hours. We also offer an evening tariff (5pm - 6am) of £3.50.
We have 50 parking bays available with HV charge points. The chargers are free to use and operate 7.2kw – 32A with type 2 lock plug systems.
We also have 20 motorcycle parking spaces available free of charge.
Please note, height restrictions are 2 meters.
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Whether you're travelling from nearby or further afield, there are a variety of buses that travel to the City Centre from in and around Oxfordshire.
Buses in Oxford cover surrouding towns and villages including: Abingdon, Bicester, Carterton, Wantage, Banbury and many more.
Oxford Station, the city's main line rail station, operates services to/from London Paddington, London Marylebone and Birmingham New Street.
The station is situated on the western side of the city centre, just a 10 minute walk from Westgate Oxford. There is a taxi rank immediately outside of the station and many buses also stop at the station.
Oxford Parkway Station is operates services to/from London Marylebone and is also a Park & Ride site.