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#1 of 1 Museums in Wantage
It covers all aspects of the local geography and geology, as well as important aspects of local history from prehistoric and Roman through Saxon and Medieval to modern times (including the old 19th century tram sy...
Wonderful lego exhibition every year ,to engage all ages ,with things to find .Good food in cafe ,helpful staff and local history .Has many other activities throughout the year.
#1 of 1 Museums in Grove
... moment you arrive until you collect your coats to go home, having been immersed in the visitors centre, from cars to trophies to helmets to you name it, its all about the great Williams F1 name and tradition ..
The tour guide was impressive and had a fantastic knowledge of the William Team through the years up to the present time.

Kelmscott Manor

Kelmscott, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Kelmscott
Situated in an idyllic village setting with easy parking and signage, Kelmscott Manor gives an insight into the life, work and creativity of William Morris founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
In addition to the house, gardens, cafe, and gift shop, the Thames Path is close by and it is a very different area of the Thames compared to London, so serene and peaceful it is hard to believe it is the same river.
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Didcot Railway Centre

Didcot 8.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Didcot
Nice sunny day so we were able to linger over masses of GWR collected items, seeing restoration work in progress on engines and coaches and talking to the helpful and expert volunteers on a variety of subjects.
... do a job and seemed to really care about everyone’s experience, lodes to do for our little train enthusiasts, Model train, modelling balloons, music, trains everywhere and carriages decked out with games, vide...

Tom Brown's School Museum

Uffington 5.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Uffington
Quaint little museum concentrating on local history and, of course, Uffington's two most famous sons - John Betjeman and Thomas Hughes the author of Tom Brown's Schooldays which was set in this very museum.

The Witney Blanket Hall

Witney 10.7 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Witney
Also has a lovely shop at the front selling woollen goods and other crafts and a cosy cafe serving delicious home made pies (including vegetarian), soup, platters, cakes, teas and beer.
The shop is indeed well worth a visit, especially if you need an unusual gift for a loved one, but the Jewel in the crown is the cafe.
#3 of 18 Museums in Oxford
Great place to visit and learn about ancient world , fossil , arts and sculptures from Greek , Roman, Egyptian , Chinese, etc... Great for family and very central in Oxford , walking distance to all amenities , sh...
Sited in an exceptionally mixed styles of architecture from very traditional to very modern it offers a simply huge variety of interesting areas----Egyptian, Japanese, musical instruments, paintings, sculptures ,...
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Pitt Rivers Museum

Oxford 11.7 mi away
#2 of 18 Museums in Oxford
... interesting artefacts - whether it's guns, pharaohs, porcelain or a host of other specifics, this museum will delight all who visit and you have massive bonus of the natural history museum at the same time.
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 the dinosaurs and the dodo birds in the natural history museum)!
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