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The Oxfordshire Museum

Woodstock Category Museums & Galleries, For the Family, For the Kids, For Adults, Historic Sites
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In the garden meet our life-size megalosaur - as big as a bus! You can also:
-explore our new garden with its Jurassic plants
-see the 168 million-year-old dinosaur footprints excavated from Ardley Quarry in Oxfordshire
-follow dinosaur activity trails

In the Interactive Gallery you can:
-feed the dinosaurs
-dress-up
-enjoy the puppet theatre
-discover fossils, facts and quizzes
-learn about The Shire of the dinosaur.

The museum’s attractively landscaped gardens are the ideal location for morning coffee, a light lunch or afternoon tea on the terrace or for just relaxing with children and friends.

There is always something to delight from our carpet of early spring bulbs round the ancient chestnut tree in February to our annual summer exhibition of sculpture by local artists. The garden is a fabulous setting for wedding photographs – please telephone 01993 814103 for more information. 

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