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We ran in here to escape from a very rainy afternoon and it was such an interesting diversion. The museum is set up more like a mad scientists' storage closet or laboratory. You have to spend time reading the details in each case to really...More
To get to the Pitt Rivers, you go right through the Natural History Museum which is a mostly unreconstructed Victorian museum with glass cases and erected dinosaur bones and statues of male scientist in marble. In the summer, because they recently cleaned the glass roof,...More
I visited Pitt-Rivers joined with a visit to the Natural History Museum. Follow the arrows to find the entry or don't be afraid to ask because it will well worth it. After the big spaces and order of the Natural History Museum, you will feel...More
I've never been to a museum that is so old fashioned, but in such a fascinating way. There is such a wide variety of items here and the order is unclear sometimes. There are things being displayed all over - in cabinets, drawers, on the...More
Next to the Natural History Museum and close to central Oxford, about a 10 minute walk, this is a must see museum for anyone with time following visits to the major attractions.
The exhibits are designed to give the visitor an insight into so many...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.