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Pendon Museum Long Wittenham 13.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Long Wittenham
The museum is manned by helpful and knowledgeable volunteers, and offers a well thought out room layout, together with audio guides, display boards providing historical context, and superb model of a railway and t...
Fascinating museum detailing life in 1920 and 1930 and incredibly enthusiastic volunteers/staff who were keen to share their knowledge of both of the models and brilliant with children.
#1 of 20 Museums in Oxford
the university museum of natural history is a compact but broad natural history museum that, along with the other museums and galleries, makes Oxford a good visit rain or shine.
My partner and I are both teachers so we enjoy museums anyway but this has an amazn collection of natural history artefacts and plenty of hands-on objects, quizzes and interesting facts.
Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford 21.3 mi away
#2 of 20 Museums in Oxford
Compared to so many museums which have pared down the range and quality of their ethnographic exhibits the Pitt Rivers remains a treasure trove of arcane and fascinating material hard to find anywhere else.
One of the best outside of the London Museums and more personal than The Ashmolean ... although the view from the roof of the Ashmolean is magnificent!
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#3 of 20 Museums in Oxford
The collection is very well presented with easy to read panels (which is a rarity in many museums), fascinating range of displays including paintings from the masters, ancient artifacts, British history etc.
Easily on par with the British Museum in London and the Smithsonian Museums in Washington D.C.! Had a great time perusing the exhibits, it provides a very good view of history from Ancient Egypt up to some bits an...
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Crofton Beam Engines Marlborough 16.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Marlborough
Little pedestrian tunnel from canal foot path through the museum when it's open!
The museum itself was closed, but we were able to view the exterior buildings from the road.
Dorchester Abbey Dorchester-on-Thames 14.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Dorchester-on-Thames
Dorchester Abbey has an astounding history, talks are given by guides and a museum is on sight.
The abbey is well worth a visit and has a tea room and a free small one room museum going back to the Roman times.
Oxford Castle & Prison Oxford 20.8 mi away
#4 of 20 Museums in Oxford
one of the best museums I've been to
The details (especially the Victorian mugshots) in the museum are excellent - studying Victorians, crime and punishment, medieval castles, English Civil War.......
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Milestones Museum Basingstoke 14.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Basingstoke
This is one of the best interactive museums in the south a range of local companies whose history is brought to life electronic guide is excellent and good gift shop and cafeteria
Milestones at Basingstoke Leisure park has to be one of the very best type of reconstruction Museums ever made, Built on the land from the former Thornycroft Factory is show the life of Basingstoke many years ago...
#1 of 2 Museums in Cookham
They have exhibitions twice a year and are currently showing works on loan from Aberdeen Art Gallery and Leeds Museums & Galleries; a great opportunity.
Easy to find museum, quite small but really good place to visit, best thing to do is to combine the museum with a walk around Cookham and visit the locations that inspired his pictures....
#1 of 1 Museums in Bracknell
The discovery centre was like the Science Museum, but close to the kids’ grandparents house, and without queues, or having to wait to do activities.
This is like a mini Science Museum.