Harcourt Arboretum is a short drive south-east of the city, in the village of Nuneham Courtenay. There is a car park and space for coach parking. Alternatively the Arboretum can be reached on the X39/X40 Thames Travel service, which leaves from the city centre. There are two bus stops in the village; the second one is nearer the Arboretum's entrance.
We aim to provide a friendly, accessible environment for all our visitors and the widest possible access to our buildings, exhibitions and collections.
Access facilities vary at the different sites - please visit individual museum websites for details.
We are constantly endeavouring to improve the accessibility of our sites. We are currently delivering a project called Sensing Culture to develop new tools and services to improve access for blind and partially sighted visitors. We are also developing new resources for parents and carers of children on the autistic spectrum to help them prepare for a visit. The first of these has been launched for the Museum of Natural History.