What's On In Oxford This Weekend - 25th & 26th July?
25th July 2015
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Saturday 25th July


Barefoot Craft Club at Barefoot Books

Enjoy food and drink at the Storyteller’s cafe before your little one (5+) gets crafty by creating their own themed masterpiece with an enchanting accompanying story.



Hands-On Coins Every Saturday

Get up close and inspect an impressive collection of coins that date back through the ages, from a variety of regions at the Ashmolean Museum.



The Fox Got You - The Botanic Gardens

Focusing on six common plants which are used in modern medicine, this extraordinary installation of pictures taken by Françoise Sergy’s is not to be missed!



Beneath Our Feet Family Gallery Trail

Explore Oxford’s past with this family friendly trail - you can even take a virtual tour around the Town Hall’s medieval Jewish Cellar!



Trail: All Going on a Summer Holiday at Pitt Rivers Museum

If your children love to explore then they’ll love this fun day out! With lots to find, see, touch and hear they’re sure to be entertained for hours!



Epic Egypt @ River and Rowing Museum

Immerse yourself in Ancient Egypt’s wonders as you travel down the Nile. You can even write your own name in hieroglyphs, dress like an Egyptian Mummy and build your own pyramid!



Hybrid Rituals & Symbols in Contemporary Culture

Don’t miss this great exhibition of works by Serena Korda and Dr. Lakra. Take advantage of the free activity guides for families, available in the galleries.



250 Reasons for 250 Years

Enjoy this special installation, marking 250 years since General John Guise left more than 200 paintings and almost 2000 drawings to Christ Church Picture Gallery.



Didcot & Oxfordshire Toy Fair

Be a part of history and join the first ever Didcot & Oxfordshire Toy Fair! Featuring a wide range of different toys, games, models, figures and collectables from the last 100 years this exciting new fair is sure to have something for everyone! You can even bring your own toys along for a free appraisal!



Animal Encounters Show at Blenheim Palace

Ready for a cuteness overload? Get up close and personal to some cute furry friends at Blenheim Palace this Saturday & Sunday.



Festival of Archaeology Performance at Ashmolean Museum

Marvel at the majestic sound of Andy Lowings playing a modern reconstruction of the Golden Lyre; a 4,500 year old musical instrument found in the royal grave in Ur, Southern Iraq!



Sunday 26th July


Kassam Market & Car Boot Sale

Everyone loves a bargain, so head down to Kassam this Sunday to find yours!



Stories on Toast

Looking for something a little different? Pop along to The Story Museum and enjoy a slice of toast, accompanied by a delightfully captivating story.



Explore the Reading Rooms Tour at Bodleian Library

Fancy a sneaky peak behind closed doors at one of the oldest libraries in Europe? Areas which are usually closed to the public at the Bodleian Library are open this Sunday for people to explore!



Family Friendly Fun at Pitt Rivers Museum

What better way to keep your little ones entertained than with a fun filled afternoon of activities, stories and craft?



Pre 50 American Auto Club Rally of the Giants

Blenheim Palace is playing host to around 400 historic American vehicles this Sunday. Drool over some of the finest and most expensive examples of motorbikes, cars, trucks and military vehicles found in Europe.



Peace in the Park - Spirit of Utopia

Relax, create and enjoy yourself at this magical festival of music, ideas and fun! There’s so much to see, create and enjoy at this lovely event that the whole family are sure to have a day to remember.


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