Oxford is a social place. From bops and halls, to coffees and cocktails, there's always something to do and somewhere to be outside of the classroom.

Wheelchair users are social too. That's why we are committed to making the Oxford social scene accessible to all.

Living at college means more than just being able to sleep and eat. To feel truly at home, you need to be able to enjoy the shared and social spaces with friends and family. Over the past year, we've been working hard to map the accessibility of Oxford's 44 colleges and permanent private halls. We're nearly there!

This year, we're spreading our work to Oxford's social venues, because there's more to life than study! From cafés and restaurants, to bars and clubs, we're spreading the OAP word. 

Join the Project. Check out our work below!

Christ Church College, University of Oxford

Christ Church College, University of Oxford

oxford colleges

Our first and flagship project. A home is more than a bed and a bathroom. Living in college means being able to enjoy shared social spaces with your friends and college family. Whether you're looking to stay long-term, or just coming for a short visit, we've got you covered with our OAP College Access Guide!

The Oxford Wine Cafe, Little Clarendon Street, Jericho

The Oxford Wine Cafe, Little Clarendon Street, Jericho

oxford social venues

Never miss a social beat. From cafés to restaurants, and bars to clubs, we've mapped the best social venues in Oxford to help ensure that your next coffee catch-up, study session or hot date goes off without a hitch! Check out our OAP Oxford Social Guide!


future plans

Interested in what we're planning next? Check out where the Oxford Accessibility Project is headed in the years ahead. The future looks exciting!