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“great museum, just off the castle quay shopping centre... my wife and kids were interested in the lego dispaly so went along, - they loved it, well laid out, bright, colourful, museum staff are great too, a nice w...”
“The museum has lovely items to look at for free, we took our young kid's here often now they have grown up they still visit the exhibition.The Cafe is really nice and friendly staff, I go here quite regularly.”
“... about the many conflicts in which soldiers from Oxfordshire have been involved over many years, including both world wars, the Korean War, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc., plus wars during earlier centuries.”
“The museum of the soldiers who landed first on D-Day to take the vital bridges on the Allies' flank, but much more than that as befits two very old and honoured regiments - oh and Churchill's old regiment to boot.”
“Very interesting experience.lots of local exhibits .I recommend the science room and the information on the local interest ones.The museum shop is full of all sorts of good offerings and its cafe is an excellent m...”
“There is a good gift shop and a small cafeteria which is run by volunteers and serves good drinks and delectable cakes.The cafeteria serves lunches such as baked potatoes with fillings.”