The Corridor Gallery - John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
The John Radcliffe Hospital is in the Headington Area of Oxford, to the East of the City Centre.
The postcode is OX3 9DU.
The Hospital's "How to Find Us" web page
The Corridor Gallery is on the main corridor from the main entrance in the main block of the hospital.
It is close to the League of Friends cafe. The hospital is open all day.
- From the Main Entrance, just keep going and the exhibition will be on your left after
about 80 metres.
- From the entrance to the West Wing you have to go up to Level 2 (you start at level LG2 which is four floors below Level 2) and follow signs to the main hospital
Getting to the JRH:-
- Cycle - You can park a bike in various places, though the best cycle racks aren't
always easy to find.
If you're able to cycle then a bike is the quickest way to get there.
I do for my visits to audiology.
- Car - (not a sensible idea during "9 to 5")
The car parks can be (and usually are) very busy at clinic times with lengthy queueing,
and there's no parking in nearby roads. At weekends it's much easier.
At all car parks you pay at machines just before leaving. Pricing is basically £1:40 per hour
but free after 8pm.
- Bus - The 13 goes from the City Centre about every 12 minutes during the daytime, and the 10 also, via Cowley.
Other buses go there including the new "Science Shuttle S2" which runs hourly weekdays. Even though I worked in transport research for decades I find it impossible to get straightforward information on which buses go where.
- Park and Ride - On Mondays to Fridays you can use Park and Ride 700 from Oxford Parkway railway station,
or Park and Ride 800 from Thornhill (on the A40 towards London).
At all times you can use the 400 from Seacourt (West) and Thornhill and walk from Headington Shops (about half a mile away)