The Oxford Train Station is a 10-minute walk from the College.
Find timetables on nationalrail.co.uk.
St Peter's is committed to providing spaces that are accessible to all. General circulation throughout the College is easy, with wide, level pathways (and appropriate disabled ramps, where necessary) to all main areas.
St Peter's College
New Inn Hall Street
If you have general enquiries about the College or how to get here, phone the Porters' Lodge for more information:
+44 (0)1865 278900
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General circulation throughout the College is easy, with wide, level pathways (and appropriate disabled ramps, where necessary) to all main areas.
All St Peter's function rooms (including our dining hall) are accessible to wheelchair users and provide easy access to nearby disabled facilities.
If you have any questions or concerns about physical accessibility in College, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Conference and Events team, who will be happy to help:
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 278464
There are frequent bus and coach services to and from London from the Gloucester Green bus station, just a few minutes' walk from the College, and regular direct services to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Timetables on Oxford Bus Company website.
There are allocated parking places for disabled drivers dotted around the city. To park in these spaces a disabled (blue) badge must be displayed showing the number and the clock.
There are several Park and Ride sites conveniently located near Oxford with frequent bus services to the city centre.
If you must take your car into the city, there is a pay-and-display system for the main parking places. Buy a ticket from the machine and display it prominently on your windscreen.
Please note that the College is located in Oxford's Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ). Learn more here.
Learn more about parking in Oxford here.
Current member of College? Please read our guidance on COVID-19 for Trinity term 2022