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Visit the Museum’s permanent Explore Oxford galleries at the front of the Town Hall, to discover the story of Oxford and its people.
The Museum also offers an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions. Based in the Town Hall Gallery and Gallery Corridor, these range from exhibitions by local artists to exhibitions curated by local community groups.
For Gallery opening times see visiting the Museum. The Gallery Corridor is open when the Town Hall is open.
Can you imagine a girl falling down a hole and meeting a rabbit, a mad hatter, a bloodthirsty Queen of Hearts and a hookah-smoking caterpillar? Lewis Carroll could.
Now imagine that same girl 150 years on. The Alice 3.0: an Alternative Wonderland exhibition does just that.
From the abstract to the cartoon-like, from the intricate to the minimalist, 25 UK and international artists and children from Oxford High Junior School, Rose Hill Primary School and the Oxford Deaf Children's Society present us with unique reworking of Carroll's classic tale.
Welcome to the 21st century Wonderland.
From 2014, the Museum of Oxford will offer a special Gallery package throughout May to international exchange exhibitions linked to our twin cities.
For more information about this package, download the information pack below.
Page last updated 2 June 2014