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Discover 70 unique conference and event venues in the University of Oxford and its colleges

It’s easier than you think to hold your event in the world-renowned surroundings of the University of Oxford.  Let Conference Oxford be your first point of contact when looking for a venue.

Oxford is the number one location for leading companies both large and small and for associations and groups seeking the best facilities and excellent value.  Conference Oxford represents 70 of the finest venues in Oxford - colleges, museums, libraries and iconic buildings of the University, all offering outstanding facilities for every type of event - conferences, meetings, celebrations, summer schools and many are available throughout the year.

The Conference Oxford team is dedicated to finding you the perfect venue for your event, offering a free venue search amongst all of their venues, they will provide you with the information, advice and support necessary to ensure a memorable and successful event that will create a lasting impression.

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Bodleian Libraries



Sports Stadium

The Bodleian Libraries provide a spectacular setting for all corporate and private events, including lectures, presentations, drinks receptions, dinners and awards ceremonies. The Divinity School is one of the oldest surviving rooms in Oxford University, and was designed to impress and celebrate the University as a centre of great learning. Over the road is Blackwell Hall, an airy atrium space overlooking Broad Street, with a smooth stone floor, high ceilings and a visible gallery of books. We also have a roof terrace, a purpose-built lecture theatre and can offer tours of the library.

How to get to Oxford

By Rail

Reading is the western terminus for the new Elizabeth Line which links directly with central London, the City and Docklands. Reading is also just 22 minutes on GWR trains from Paddington. In all, Reading is reachable directly from more than 250 locations by train.

By Road

Reading is at Junctions 10/11 of the M4 and has a direct RailAir road link with Heathrow Airport (40 minutes).

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Trains to Oxford from London:-

Just 1 hour

Great Western Railway:-

Runs a direct service from London Paddington stopping at Didcot, Oxford and north through the county stopping at Long Hanborough, Finstock, Charlbury, Ascott-under-Wychwood.

Chiltern Railway:-

Runs a direct services from London Marylebone with stops at Princess Risborough, Haddenham & Thame, Bicester Village, Islip, Oxford Parkway and Oxford station


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