For a free museum it’s definitely worth a visit with the highlights being world civilisations and history but other parts left a bit to be desired for us.Would recommend checking out the exhibits and if they interest your group then do go down!
The Oxford Museum itself is also a historical building. The museum contains a lot of Oxford history and era imprints. This museum includes a lot of things, you can simply understand the history of Oxford and some of the past.
Oxford City is really very interesting, the scenery is so beautiful, loves this atmosphere, Oxford has history, has a world reputation. Although the relative decline of the country and resources, Oxford and Cambridge are no longer the world's top universities. But it still has a very important place in the British social and higher education system and still has a worldwide influence. The UK is the world's educational community, and the UK and the world's many young students are willing to go to Oxford as their ideals to be worth playing.
The open area on the first floor of Oxford City Hall is only a museum and a cafe. The museum covers a small area, but it has a big name and is called the Oxford Museum. The pictures, texts, and actual photos show the history of the development of Oxford city. In a limited corner, there is also a scene of government staff working. At the end of the 15-minute tour of the city hall indoors, the main reason is that the text is unclear and many things are not understood.
The Oxford Museum is very close to the university campus. The appearance is the same as all British buildings. The museum is very large. There are many sections about animal costumes, instruments, musical instruments, religion, etc. I remember it is free. It’s still a bit wasteful to bring back the production from the motherland. There are many animal skeletons. Sheep, giraffe, deer, etc. This museum also has some professional students in it.
The Museum of Oxford is the only museum dedicated to the humanities and history of Oxford. Since the museum opened in 1975, it has attracted the attention of local residents and tourists. They stayed here to explore the story of Oxford and how Oxford developed into the current Oxford city. The Oxford Museum shows the development of Oxford from pre-century to modern times. In 2011, the Oxford Museum was further improved and adjusted to combine the collections of Oxford and the historical and cultural heritage of Oxford. In 2012, the Oxford Gallery was opened in the museum, which also houses the development and history of Oxford for more than 3000 years. Finally, at the souvenir shop, you can also buy meaningful souvenirs and souvenir cards from Oxford.