Adult Groups, Education, Eating and Drinking, Displays, the Eastern Art Study Room, Schools, Cafe, Language, Shop, Group Visits, Weddings, Research, Private and Corporate Events, Cast Gallery, Collections, Exhibitions, Learning Programs & Conservation
Ashmolean Museum is an art museum that shows the art and archaeology of the University of Oxford, established in 1683. Their world-famous collections range from Ancient mummies to contemporary art, telling stories of humans through cultures and through time. They offer you unlimited access to exhibits, members-only previews and curator-led talks and tours, a members ' newsletter and handbook of activities sent to your door, as well as discounts in their store, restaurant, and cafe. They serve in meals, hot and cold lunch dishes, cakes, and coffees. They also afford free entry.
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THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD BOTANIC GARDEN
Trees, Flowers, the Glasshouses, Family Friendly Sessions, Harcourt Arboretum, Shop, Plants, Exhibitions, Tourist Attraction, Events, Trails and Big Botanic Backpacks, Guided Tours, Education and Outreach Programs, Venue Hire & Collections
The University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest in the UK with almost 6,000 different plant species; the Garden is a year-round biodiversity oasis right in the city centre. The most beautiful specimens of conifers in the UK located within 130 acres of Picturesque historic landscape. It offers a tremendous opportunity for a new generation of botanists to learn, train, preserve and inspire. It affords free admission for children under 16.
Price: Adult: £5.45
Adult + Gift Aid: £6
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PITT RIVERS MUSEUM
Research, Exhibitions, Photographic Services, Virtual Tour, Collection Spotlight Talks, Guided Tours, Shop, Workshops, Family Activities, Self-Guided Visits, Artists in the Museum, Primary Schools, Film-Makers, Groups Visits, Venue Hire, Secondary Schools and Art Groups, Resources & Art Handbook
Pitt Rivers Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Oxford, renowned for its period atmosphere and excellent exhibits from many cultures around the world, past, and present. It has more than 600,000 items, photos, and manuscripts from nearly every country in the world and all periods of human existence displays more than 55,000 artefacts grouped by category rather than geographic region or time. The museum also exhibits archaeological and ethnographic objects from all over the world.