How to find The Jericho Tavern

Our usual venue is the upstairs room in the Jericho Tavern at 3.30pm.

The full address of the Jericho Tavern is:

56 Walton Street
Jericho, Oxford
Oxfordshire, OX2 6AE
UK

You can walk to the Jericho Tavern from the Oxford railway station (in purple on map) by going behind the Saïd Business Centre, left along Rewley Road, and then down to the towpath along the canal. When you get to the bridge across the canal, cross over and walk west towards Walton Street and you will find the Jericho Tavern (10 mins walk).

You can walk to the Jericho Tavern from the Oxford bus station (in pink on map) by taking the exit from the bus station to the north west onto Worcester Place, then walking along Walton Street until you reach the Jericho Tavern.

The Jericho Tavern is right next door to the local Phoenix Picturehouse Cinema if you need to ask for directions.

maptojerichotavern

The Jericho Tavern also has a restaurant (and both inside and outside places to sit and eat) and  they have a varied menu for Sunday lunch, and our very favourite brownies with vanilla ice cream.

There are some local parking spaces and pay and display parking on Walton Street but not a great deal of free parking. More Information on Parkopedia.

I recommend looking on Leckford Road (Woodstock Road end), Warnborough Road and Farndon Road which all have some parking spaces without restrictions on Sundays (and usually some free space). (see map below)

If you need to drop off an instrument (e.g. a harp) and then find parking, please do text me on 0770 9352834. We are in the pub beforehand having lunch and happy to help.

 

Parking map

parkingmap

 

 

And if we need to return to the lovely Chequers pub in the centre of Oxford:

Info on Chequers Pub

upstairs in The Chequers Pub.

The address of The Chequers Pub is:   131 High St, Oxford OX1 4DH

 

 

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