Pitt Rivers MuseumThis place has turned me obsessed with museums!!
At the back of Oxford's Museum of Natural History is the Pitt Rivers Museum, which collects all kinds of things from all over the world. The whole exhibition hall is a three-storey layout around the atrium space. The tall South American wood carvings and hanging sailboats enrich the height of the museum. We walked around the three floors in a fancy way, and all kinds of miscellaneous and dazzling collections made our traveling ability greatly reduced. It took us about forty minutes to turn around the field and watch it carelessly. It is estimated that those engaged in professional research may be interested in these collections, because there are still many kinds of collections here. Perhaps only when we get here can we really realize that the so-called "museum" should be broad, profound and all-embracing.
It's a large museum and super-stylish building with a variety of OXFOD-Oxford Pitt Rivers Museum natural history exhibition knowledge.
Natural Science Museum was not open until 2014 when it was repaired. There was a Pitt Rivers Museum beside it. It could not be underestimated. There were many things in it. The exhibits were very dense. Because of David's protest, it could only roam around for a while.
The Pitt River Museum is a Victorian-style building connected with the Museum of History of Science, which mainly collects paleontology-related cultural relics. The museum is not very large, but it has plenty of exhibits and is closely arranged. There are thousands of biological specimens on display. Visitors spend hours here, and they can only watch flowers on horseback. It's a pity that the museum opens for a short time every day and closes at 4:30 p.m.
The museum is not really big, and it's free of charge, but there are all kinds of interesting and wonderful things. It showcases many human civilizations, from dressing up to decorating masks and mummies. In short, there are still many products, but some of them are put in disorder.