Ashmolean Museum
Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2PH
The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology is one of Oxford's top tourist attractions. Owned by Oxford University, this is one of the oldest museums in the world and Britain's oldest public museum. Entry is free of charge to the main building, with a charge being made for special exhibitions. See more
Bodleian Library
Broard Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3BG
Carfax  Tower
Carfax, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4AZ
Modern Art Oxford
30 Pembroke Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BP
Museum of Oxford
St Aldates, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1DZ
The Museum of Oxford is a history museum covering the history of the City and University of Oxford. The displays include original artefacts, treasures from Oxford colleges and period reconstructions, from prehistoric times onwards. See more
Museum of the History of Science
Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3AZ
MHS houses an unrivalled collection of early scientific instruments in the world’s oldest surviving purpose-built museum building, the Old Ashmolean on Broad Street, Oxford. It is both a department of the University of Oxford and an active public museum, offering a programme of family-friendly events, gallery tours, table talks and much more, along with taught sessions for schools. See more
Oxfordshire Museum
Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, Oxford, Oxfordshire,
Pitt Rivers Museum
Oxford University Museum of National History, Parks Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3PP
Famous for its outstanding collections from cultures around the world and for its unique period atmosphere, the Pitt Rivers Museum is housed within Oxford University's Museum of Natural History. The eclectic collection includes unique exhibits of anthropological and archaeological interest and is one of Oxford's main tourist attractions. See more
University Museum of Natural History
Parks Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3PD
Founded in 1860 as the centre for scientific study at the University of Oxford, the Museum of Natural History now holds the University’s internationally significant collections of geological and zoological specimens. Housed in a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture, the Museum’s growing collections underpin a broad programme of natural environment research, teaching and public engagement. Among its most famous features are the Oxfordshire dinosaurs, the Dodo, and the swifts in the tower. See more
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