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In Oxford for the day to attend a football match, I took the chance to spend the morning in one of our favourite Museums. We have visited on a number of occasions over the years and it has never failed to enthrall. The way it...More
Excellent that the museum has remained the 'old way' -cabinet after cabinet of jam packed collections, a real sensory overload at times!
I think it's great that the original tiny handwritten labels are on pieces. Its neck craning,slightly dim and you squeeze past the displays....More
I could spend days in this museum! Huge collection of the most random items from all around the world. It is situated right behind the natural history museum so it is convenient for the entertainment of both children and adults (I’m sure kids will enjoy...More
Having spent New Years eve in Oxford we were looking for something to do New Years day, we first went to the Ashmolean Museum but it was closed so we went for a walk around the park next to Pitt Rivers then went inside, wow...More
If museums were kinds of coffee, the Pitt Rivers would be a double espresso. Imagine all the things peoples from around the world have devised to provide themselves with food, clothing, and security, then pack all the artifacts into cases with only enough room for...More
General Pitt Rivers left Oxford university has amazing collection. Also the cabinets and tables from Victorian times he displayed them in.
The Pitt Rivers Museum is also known as The University of Oxford’s museum of anthropology and world archaeology. The museum was founded in 1884...More
This has to be the best museum we have every been too!!!!! There was so much to see and do. Kids were engaged from the moment we walked through the door.
Normally the kids are done after an hour but here they wanted to keep...More
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The absolute closest is Museum and Keble Roads, which are on-street parking and max 2 hours for something like £4. However, there are rarely spaces during the day. St. Giles is about two minutes further away and has more... More
The absolute closest is Museum and Keble Roads, which are on-street parking and max 2 hours for something like £4. However, there are rarely spaces during the day. St. Giles is about two minutes further away and has more spaces, but the same parking restrictions.