Oxford Botanic Garden is the UK’s oldest botanic garden, founded in 1621, and occupies a world-class position in terms of its history and academic location. Our collections and research projects are perfectly suited to enhance learning for all Key Stages and educate students on the importance of conservation, biodiversity and the natural world.
A visit to Oxford Botanic Garden enables students to engage with plants from around the world, including tropical rainforests, deserts, mountains, and water meadows. A range of sessions are available year-round that focus on hands-on activities to enhance the curriculum for all Key Stages. Sessions for nursery groups and further education groups are also available.