Delve into Oxford University’s scientific archives, surrounded by beautiful neo-Gothic architecture.
Calling this museum enlightening wouldn’t just be a figure of speech: there are over 8,000 newly restored glass tiles letting the light in at this Grade I listed building in Oxfordshire.
While light dances off the interior ironwork, you can explore: over 250,000 specimens make up the Zoological collections alone – including one of the world’s only sets of Dodo remains. There are live talks, workshops and even bug handling sessions to keep inquisitive minds occupied all day. And if you’re visiting in the summer, keep an eye out for the swifts who return year after year to nest in the museum’s tower.
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