Curiosity Carnival

Event date
Locations around Oxford
Event type
Event cost
Free and open to all (some extra activities from £3)
Disabled access?
Booking required

The Curiosity Carnival on Friday 29 September is a chance to find out what research is really all about, meet researchers, ask questions and discover how research affects and changes all our lives.

The night is a huge festival of curiosity – a city-wide programme of activities across the University of Oxford’s museums, libraries, gardens and woods. There will be a wide range of activities for all ages and interests – live experiments, games, stalls, busking, debates, music, dance and a pub-style quiz.

From noon, Broad Street will come alive with acrobatics, bite-size talks at Curiosity Corner, curiously interesting demonstrations, walking tours, and live music. Later in the day, other activities around Oxford will require a free ticket, giving you access to hundreds of free, fascinating activities around Oxford.

For more information about what's on and where, visit the Curiosity Carnival website.