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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.
An exhibition of forty objects selected by the local community to tell the story of their city. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Museum of Oxford has been working with local people and community groups to bring together objects which reflect their experiences and memories of Oxford over the past four decades.
Explore Oxford’s recent history through everyday objects, historic artefacts and personal mementoes. 40 Years, 40 Objects also features artwork and digital stories created especially for the exhibition and a beautiful 800 year-old statue of the Hindu god Ganesha on loan from the British Museum.
Images above and below courtesy of the Oxford Mail
Collections of 40 things we love about Oxford. Expect poetry and photographs amongst other medium as part of our 40th anniversary celebrations. Supported by thebestofoxford
From 2014, the Museum of Oxford will offer a special Gallery package throughout May or June to international exchange exhibitions linked to our twin cities.
For more information about this package, download the information pack below.
Page last updated 6 August 2015