Visiting

Find us

Travelling here

  • By bus: Via Gloucester Green bus station. Many local buses stop on St Aldate’s road.

  • By bike: There are plenty of racks in front of the town hall.

  • By car: If you need to take the car we recommend using the Park and Ride.

Opening times

We're currently closed.
Monday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Friday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday
Closed

Contact us

Your visit

Book your visit

You can now book your visit to the Museum of Oxford. Follow the booking link below and choose your time. This will ensure your entry to the Museum of Oxford and to help us to keep everybody as safe as possible. Please read our guidance below for more information.

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Tell us about your visit

We would love to hear what you think about the new Museum of Oxford. If you have visited, please follow the link to fill in our survey.

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Access at MOX

The Museum of Oxford aims to make everyone’s visit enjoyable and does everything it can to ensure a welcoming experience to the widest possible audience.

Access

Your visit

Book your visit

You can now book your visit to the Museum of Oxford. Follow the booking link below and choose your time. This will ensure your entry to the Museum of Oxford and to help us to keep everybody as safe as possible. Please read our guidance below for more information.

Book tickets

Tell us about your visit

We would love to hear what you think about the new Museum of Oxford. If you have visited, please follow the link to fill in our survey.

Fill in our survey
Two children listening at a post. One is wearing an orange backpack and the other is wearing a floral hat

Access at MOX

The Museum of Oxford aims to make everyone’s visit enjoyable and does everything it can to ensure a welcoming experience to the widest possible audience.

Access

At the Museum of Oxford, we want to keep all of our visitors, volunteers and staff as safe as possible. To do this we will still be asking visitors to wear a face covering (unless you are exempt) for the entirety of your visit. We are encouraging visitors to continue to observe social distancing where possible. We will continue to do this to keep visitors safe. Please respect staff and volunteers as they support you to follow this advice.

We will ensure the Museum of Oxford is thoroughly cleaned before and after each day to the highest standards, and keep hand sanitising stations located throughout the spaces for visitors to use.

So we can keep all visitors safe, we ask in return that:

  • If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or have been asked to self-isolate, stay at home and do not visit us
  • A quick and easy way to test people who have no symptoms are the lateral flow tests, more information and how to order them can be found on the GOV.UK website.
  • Use the hand sanitising stations whenever you pass them, including on entry and exit
  • Please ensure that you wear a face covering when in the Museum unless you are exempt
  • Follow instructions from staff and signage
  • Try to maintain social distancing where possible
  • Avoid touching surfaces where possible to reduce the cross-contamination risk. We have several interactive, hands-on exhibits in the Museum. We will be cleaning these frequently however you can help by using the hand sanitiser, wipes and other equipment

We are constantly reviewing how we keep you safe in the Museum and will be monitoring our guidance on a regular basis.

Gift shop

The Museum of Oxford’s gift shop stocks hundreds of exciting and unique products. Many are locally sourced and include arts and crafts from local producers. We hold a range of books about local history as well as postcards and gifts. The perfect end to your visit!

Photograph of a small child eating messily while being held by a relative

Current exhibition: Of Ordinary Things من الأشياء العادية

A multi-artform exhibition featuring works by members of the Iraqi Women Art & War group. Iraqi Women Art and War (IWAW) is a women’s community group based in Oxford. It gives women who have been affected by conflict an opportunity to process their experiences and tell their stories through art. The pieces in this exhibition have been created by IWAW members. They aim to capture the everyday, the lives that people try to live in the shadow of conflict, and above all how women experience war. On display until 24 September 2022.

مشروع المراة العراقية الفن و الحرب هي مجموعة مجتمعية نسائية مقرها في أكسفورد. المشروع يمنح النساء المتأثرات بالنزاع والحروب فرصة لمعالجة تجاربهن ورواية قصصهن من خلال الفن

تم إنشاء القطع في هذا المعرض من قبل أعضاء المرأة العراقية الفن و الحرب. إنهم يهدفون إلى تصوير بصورة فنية الحياة اليومية ، والحياة التي يحاول الناس أن يعيشوها في ظل الصراع و الحروب ، وقبل كل شيء كيف تعايشت النساء مع الحروب

What’s on

Spring Backpacks

11 April 11:00am to 15 June 6:00pm

Platinum Jubilee Family Trail

30 May 11:00am to 15 July 6:00pm

Kings & Queens Family Day

30 May 1:30pm to 4:00pm

Sounds of Science

1 June 10:00am to 2:30pm

Volunteer drop-in

7 June 11:00am to 3:30pm

Inside Oxford Town Hall

11 June 11:00am to 12:00pm

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