Thoroughly enjoyed our time at this Oxford city centre museum with a large eclectic collection ranging from European Pottery & Porcelain to Egyptian Mummies to local finds of ancient coins. A very sp...
Loved this exhibition. I am fascinated by Rembrandt and really enjoyed how the exhibition was presented. The staff at the Ashmolean did a terrific job keeping everyone safe and ensuring that everyone ...
We visited on the premise that the museum would kill a little time. How wrong we were, we could have spent hours there looking at the different types of art/ artifacts from all across the world. Def...
The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford was established in the 17th century. Collection of fascinating art and archeological relics from Egyptian mummies to English and China silverware can be found here. A wide variety of ceramics, metalwork, works on paper, wood, ivory, glass and textiles dating from the AD 600s to the 1800s is displayed in thematic showcases along the walls of the gallery.
The Ashmolean Museum is recognized as the first university museum in the English-speaking world and the first public museum. From the perspective of the museum as a permanent non-profit organization, the Alchemo Museum, which has a history of more than 300 years, has its own management rules for sustainable management, and discusses the relationship between collections and museums. The museum's process of collecting museums through private donations gives us an idea of the concepts formed by Western museums from the 17th to the 18th centuries.
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