The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock

Summary:

Based in a large historic house in the centre of Woodstock, the museum houses collections of local history, art, archaeology, the landscape and wildlife relating to Oxfordshire in general, and to the town of Woodstock, in particular.

The Oxfordshire Museum (also known as Oxfordshire County Museum) is located in Fletcher's House, a large historic house in the centre of Woodstock, opposite the Bear Hotel.

Run by Oxfordshire County Council, the museum features collections of local history, art, archaeology, the landscape and wildlife relating to the county of Oxfordshire, and to the town of Woodstock in particular. There is also a large garden behind and a coffee shop.

The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sunday 2pm-5pm, with last admission at 4.45pm. Admission is free.

More Information

Address:

Fletcher's House, Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1SN

Telephone:

01993 811456

Website:

www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/visiting-oxfordshire-museum

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