The CDT is located in the Robert Hooke Building, adjacent to the Museum of Natural History on Parks Road in central Oxford. The postcode of OX1 3PR gives a good location fix for Google Maps, but this is not the postal address of the CDT.
We are not normally able to offer parking at the centre, but some pay and display parking is available nearby in Keble Road. With good notice, a parking space can sometimes be arranged. Oxford has a good Park and Ride system and there there are also long-stay car parks in town – the nearest one is at Gloucester Green.
The Department of Computer Science offers more advice for visitors.
The Robert Hooke Building does not have a reception desk. During office hours, the outer doors are unlocked, and a buzzer system is in operation (the CDT is button 2). Once inside the building, the CDT lecture room (Christopher Strachey room) is on the ground floor, and the other CDT facilities are on the first floor.