Events on 20th Feb 2020

Events for 20th Feb 2020

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  • Young girl holding a decorated biscuit whilst dressed as Alice in Wonderland.

    Victorian Oxford: Alice’s story with Christ Church Cathedral

    • Date: 20th February 2020
    • Location: Christ Church Cathedral
    • Time: 13:00 - 16:00
    • Cost: £5

    £5 per child (accompanying adults FREE) booking essential via Eventbrite

    Enjoy a visit to the beautiful Christ Church, where Charles Dodgson (also known as Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland) lived and worked.  In this 3 hour session there will be an opportunity to learn more about the Cathedral and the Victorian people and places which inspired Dodgson, dress up and take selfies, make crafts, take a tour and more! Every participant will also be given an Alice in Wonderland Trail to complete afterwards at the Museum of Oxford.

    Suitable for children aged 5 and over. Please arrive at Tom Gate 15 minutes before workshop time.

    Book now

  • Bellarmine jug

    Tudor Family Trail

    • Date: 1st February 2020 - 28th February 2020
    • Every day
    • Location: Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 16:30
    • Cost: FREE

    Find the Tudor roses around the Town Hall and spot some of our Tudor objects in the gallery.

  • A photograph of the front page of the Pink Times with the title 'Out Proud and here!'

    Queering Spires - A history of LGBTIQA+ Spaces in Oxford

    • Date: 7th September 2019 - 2nd May 2020
    • Every day
    • Location: Gallery and Gallery Corridor, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
    • Cost: FREE

    Our third community exhibition will feature stories behind Oxford’s queer spaces. From our local gay and lesbian pubs to printed publications, from support organisations to the Gay and Lesbian Community Centre on St Michael’s Street, we will showcase individuals’ memories and experiences of these spaces through oral histories, photographs and objects. The exhibition has been created in partnership with the Tales of Our City project and Oxford Pride, and co-curated by members of Oxford’s LGBTIQA+ community.

    Read more about the project and ways to get involved on this page.