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Visiting the Atmospheric, Oceanic & Planetary Physics (AOPP)

Travelling to Oxford

Atmospheric Oceanic and Planetary Physics (AOPP) is in the Atmospheric Building located in the Universty Science Area on Parks Road. It is within easy walking distance of the city centre and about 20 minutes walk from the railway station.

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The EODG is located on the second floor of the Robert Hooke Bulding (accessed through the Atmospheric Building). If the Atmospheric Building door is locked then either use the call button to reach Physics reception or call your contact to gain access. When inside the building go up the stairs to the second floor, then through the fire door to the left of the main office door and along the corridor. When you get to the photocopier you are in EODGland.

Parking is very limited and is available on a first come, first served basis. If you plan to arrive by car please arrange a parking space as far as possible in advance by telephoning 01865 272933.

If you find you have some spare time then the University Museum adjacent to the Science Area is worth visiting. Don't miss the dodo (remains); and in the Pitt Rivers collection, the shrunken heads, witch in a bottle and Eskimo parka (made out of seal intestine).

Further information on reaching Oxford can be found at our central physics site or at the University site.


Eclectic: Oxford Colleges offer accommodation; although the standard varies, these can be a nice choice if you want the full 'Oxford Experience'. You might wish to try St Hugh's as a start.

Basic: The University Club offers modern accommodation and is close to the Science Area as is Rewley House.

B&B and Hotels: Further accommodation choices can be found at www.stayoxford.co.uk and www.oxfordcity.co.uk.

Earth Observation Data Group, Department of Physics, University of Oxford. Page last updated: @21:04 GMT 12-Jan-2023