Admission to exhibitions at The Oxfordshire Museum is free.
23 September to 31 March
The aim of the exhibition is to celebrate 20 years of both the Treasure Act and the Portable Antiquities scheme and its contribution to our...
13 January to 4 March
The famous Festival of Britain held in 1951 saw the launch of the career of Lucienne Day. She was one of the pioneering designers of the 20th century...
10 March to 29 April
Showcasing the winning entries and runners-up form the 2017 British Wildlife ...
Celebrating the 20 Years of Treasure exhibition archaeologists, volunteers, detectorists and Museum Friends invite you to join them to share their...
21 March to 20 April
Portraits, posed by women working in the field today, of their historical counterpart. The exhibition brings to life forgotten women from the past...
Exploring the life and work of William Morris' younger daughter, a significant artist within the British Arts & Crafts movement.
A member of the team behind the inspiring raising horizons exhibition will discuss what influenced them to set up the project.
5 May to 3 June
25th anniversary exhibition will take you through wonderful range of colour, texture and stitch. Both traditional and contemporary textile...
Discover how propaganda images of women in the First World War marked a change in perceptions and their role in society.
Join the Science Oxford team for a playful exploration of the science of colour. Investigate how colours are made and what happens when they are...
Join the Science Oxford team for a playful exploration of the science of colour. Investigate how colours are made and what happens when they're...
16 June to 8 September
Bunnies will be bouncing all over the Museum this summer, as Peter Rabbit hops, skips and jumps right off the page in this interactive exhibition...
For a full range of all the events read the The Oxfordshire Museum leaflet (pdf format, 7Mb).
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Discover life in Victorian times in our latest permanent gallery. Learn about Queen Victoria, the Great Exhibition, houses and homes, schools, religion, past times, farming and sanitation - don't miss the talking toilet. Read more about our workshops for schools.
Now open in the Introductory Gallery is an exciting new 3D display of treasures acquired through the portable antiques scheme. This imaginative approach using innovative technology brings these small and intricate objects to life.
Family backpacks, trails, workshops and craft activities for children and families.
Do you have memories of Woodstock and the surrounding villages? We have started a monthly group for people to meet up, reminisce about the old days and share memories.
Meetings are at 2pm – 4pm at The Coach House Learning Centre, The Oxfordshire Museum. Cost is £1 per person. Tea and coffee will be served. Events, dates and more information.