We want everyone to enjoy the Oxford Maths Festival.
Tips for attending:
- All events are free!
- Some events require pre-booking. There may still be spaces available on the day, and you are welcome to ask upon arrival, but this cannot be guaranteed.
- Please note that entry may be refused if the venue is full or if you are late, even if you have a booking.
- Children under the age of 14 should be accompanied by an adult over 18 to all events.
As this is the first year of the event, we ask for your patience with staff and volunteers. The Festival is hosted in a working department and is run by staff and student volunteers, who are all trying to give you the best experience possible, as well as keeping the event entirely free-of-charge and accessible to everyone.
By attending you agree to our
Bonn Square (OX1 1 EU): This is the main centre of activities on Saturday 28th April. There are cycle racks around the square, and several bus stops in close reach. Parking is available at the Westgate Shopping Centre, and the train station is less than 15 minutes walk away.
Sheldonian Theatre (OX1 3AZ): The starting point for Mathematical Walking Tours will be just outside the Sheldonian Theatre (look out for your guide wearing an Oxford Maths Festival t-shirt). There is ample cycle parking nearby. Many buses stop on the High Street or George Street, a short walk away. There is limited metered parking available on Broad Street.
Mathematical Institute (OX2 6GG): The Wisdom of the Crowds, as well as all the activities on Sunday 29th April except walking tours will take place here. There is plenty of cycle parking, and some buses stop outside. The Maths Institute is approximately 10 minutes walk from the centre of Oxford.
Oxford is a congested city. Please use public transport, cycle or walk where possible. Parking is not provided at any of the venues.