The University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain. Since its beginnings in 1633, the Garden has continually evolved and developed to the point that today it is recognized as a classic yet contemporary botanic garden at the heart of the University and City of Oxford.

The garden is relatively small at 4.5 acres but has nearly 8,000 species or cultivars of plants. Also located in Oxford is the Christ Church Meadow Garden.

University of Oxford
Botanic Garden
High Street
City Centre
Oxford, United Kingdom

This small botanic garden is very easily visited in an hour or two as you are roaming around the University down the street. Well worth the visit if you are in the area.

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