Events on 23rd Sep 2019

Events for 23rd Sep 2019

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    Poland Tourism Celebration in Oxford

    • Date: 23rd September 2019
    • Location: Oxford Town Hall
    • Time: 17:00 - 19:30
    • Cost: Free

    Places limited. Pre-booking essential

    Looking for your next travel adventure? Look no further than Poland!

    From vibrant cities and award-winning cuisine to pristine coastline and action-packed outdoor activities. Join the Polish Tourism Organisation to explore one of Europe’s most unique and affordable destinations.

    Celebrate all things Polish whilst discovering the country’s world-class tourist attractions and fairytale cities such as Wroclaw, Gdansk, Warsaw, and more.

    The evening provides an exclusive chance to uncover the country’s hidden gems and discover why Poland is a must-visit 2020 holiday destination.

    We look forward to welcoming you!

    Reserve your free ticket:

  • A photograph of Alice Lidell's pocket watch

    Summer Alice in Wonderland Family Trail

    • Date: 20th July 2019 - 28th September 2019
    • Every day
    • Location: Gallery, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 16:30
    • Cost: FREE

    Can you find the different characters from Alice in Wonderland hidden in the Micro-Museum? Follow the trail and find the clues.

    Available Monday to Saturday

  • 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 - 4th April 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.