Ashmolean Museum

The Ashmolean Museum is the world's first university museum. Since its first building was completed in 1683, it has grown considerably and now boasts some of the finest art and archaeological collections in the world. Their world famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.

  • For more details about these stops, please see below.

Your nearest bus stops:

High Street (L2):

  • city4: Wood Farm, Morrell Avenue, Oxford City Centre, Botley, Dean Court, Cumnor and Abingdon.
  • city5: Blackbird Leys, Cowley, Oxford City Centre and Rail Station.
  • cityX3/X13: Oxford City Centre/Rail Station, Redbridge park&ride and Abingdon.
  • park&ride400: Seacourt, Oxford City Centre and Thornhill.
  • BROOKESbusU1: Harcourt Hill Campus to Wheatley Campus via Oxford City Centre and Headington.
  • BROOKESbusU5: Oxford City Centre to Marston via Cowley Road and Headington.

High Street (L3):

  • city3: Rose Hill, Iffley Road and Oxford City Centre. Also serving Littlemore, Sandford-on-Thames and Oxford Science Park and Kassam Stadium.
  • city8/9: Barton (city8), Risinghurst (city9), Headington and Oxford City Centre.

George Street (A2):

  • park&ride300: Redbridge, Oxford City Centre and Pear Tree Park & Ride.
  • park&ride500: Oxford Rail Station, Oxford City Centre, Oxford Parkway, Kidlington and Woodstock.

Magdalen Street (C6):

  • city2: Kidlington, Summertown, Banbury Road and Oxford City Centre.
  • city6: Wolvercote, Woodstock Road and Oxford City Centre.