The Gallery in the Town Hall is now hosting our Micro-Museum. A temporary museum space displaying some of our best objects alongside a changing community led exhibition. The Micro-Museum is FREE to visit and open from 10am to 5pm on Monday to Saturday.
Our gift shop has moved into the rooms on your right as soon as you enter the Town Hall. The Gift Shop will be open Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
Please note that the Micro-Museum in the Gallery will be closed on the following dates:
- Saturday 2nd of February
Finding usMuseum of Oxford, Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate's,Oxford, OX1 1BX
The Town Hall is a short walk from Gloucester Green coach station and the Oxford Visitor Information Centre, and 10 minutes' walk from the train station.
The entrance to the Town Hall is on St Aldate's street and the Museum of Oxford's Explore Oxford galleries (open until the 28th of April) are just to your right as you enter the Town Hall. The Town Hall is a spectacular venue for events and hire. You can read about these on the Town Hall's own website here
The Museum is now closed and being refurbished. The Micro-Museum, a temporary redisplay of a selection of the objects as well as the Windrush Years - Next Generations exhibition is now open in the Gallery! The Gift Shop is temporarily closed due to unforseen maintenance issues in the Town Hall.
The Museum of Oxford has free to access public WiFi. Simply connect to Oxford Free Wi-Fi, launch your browser and click the Connect button in the centre of the screen.
The Town Hall has a ground level entrance located just off of the High Street, on the immediate left past Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Please press the door buzzer to gain access and turn right once inside the building.
The following services are available;
- Access for guide dogs to all areas of the Museum of Oxford
- Volunteer assistance (subject to availability)
- Large print information
- Fully accessible toilets in the Town Hall
Many local buses stop on St Aldate's, for more information visit the Oxford Bus Company website.
As the Town Hall and Museum are based in the centre of Oxford, there are plenty of bike stands to lock you bike to. The front of the Town Hall has several iron rings and there are bike stands just outside Santander Bank, opposite the Town Hall.
The best way to visit the Museum and city if you do need to take the car is to use one of the Park and Ride services available. The Museum is a short walk from all central stops on these services. Visit our Park and Ride pages for more information.
There are also car parks within the centre of Oxford. We recommend Oxpens car park. More information about charges and accessibility is available on our Car Parks pages.