If you are ever in the centre of Oxford and are getting tired of the endless beautiful buildings, then make your way to Wytham Woods. Covering 1000 acres of ancient and beautiful woodland 3 miles NW of Oxford, Wytham is exceptionally rich in flora and fauna, with over 500 species of plants, a wealth of woodland habitats, and 800 species of butterflies and moths. And it is so wonderfully peaceful.
But if you don't make it down to the woods today, you'll notice that Wytham Woods has come to Dunsinane (aka the Andrew Wiles Building, home to Oxford Mathematics). Wytham are celebrating 75 years of scientific research with a photographic exhibition on the Mezzanine level. You are very welcome.