is best known as the city of dreaming spires, its university colleges and boat
race, but this place is far more than just a summertime tourist destination.
a fantastic place for urban nature in the autumn months especially if you fancy
a spot of deer stalking or a walk amongst the stunning autumn trees.
Wildlife is increasingly finding its way into our towns and
cities. Find out about some urban wildlife adventures.
- Urban areas offer surprisingly good opportunities for
wildlife watching close to where you live. Go on a Hedgehog hunt.
- Visitor Guide
College, High Street, Oxford.
College - 01865 276000
College contact form|
and plan of Magdalen.|
Survey:||OS reference: SP520061|
Deer. Trees. Historic
architecture and colleges.
kit:||Kit - walking shoes. Tree guide
or identification book.|
Deer watching. Walks.
Tree trail. Hedgehog watching.
Magdalen College - the grounds of
the deer park, leafy pathways and meadows are all open throughout the year, but
only in the afternoons.
Autumn is the best time to visit as you
are more likely to see the deer in rut.
Spring - riverside walk
and woodland flowers including Daffodils at Magdalen College.
and visitor facilities in Oxford city centre.|
access: Variable depending on exact location.
Oxford is located approx
45 miles north west of London. If driving from the south, take the M4-M25-M40
route. Take the Oxford exit from the M40. From the north arrive via the M40 and
take the A41 turn off. From the west arrive via the A40 route.
parking can be problematic in Oxford - arrive early, apply for a temporary permit
in advance or leave your car.
Nearest train station: Oxford.
Magdalen College is open
25 June 2007 to 30 Sept 2007 - 12 noon-6pm. Between 1 Oct 2007 to 20 Dec 2007:
1pm-6pm. Closed: 21 DEC 2007 to 31 DEC 2007.
visit: Adults £3; Concessions £2. |
Magdalen College map.
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