Oxford Botanic Garden comprises three different areas: the Walled Garden, the Lower Gardens, and the Glasshouses. Find the medicinal collection, plants from different biogeographic regions, and the woodland and literary walk in the Walled Garden, the oldest part of the botanic garden. The Lower Gardens house ornamental collections, including a rock garden and plants used in the production of gin. Exotic, tropical, and carnivorous plants are located in the Glasshouses.
Visit independently or as part of a guided walking and biking tour that takes in other highlights in the Oxford area, including the Bodleian Library, Christ Church College, and the Radcliffe Camera.