Welcome to Banbury Museum! We are a family friendly museum located in Banbury’s town centre, next to the idyllic canal side.
The Civil War, plush manufacturing, the Victorian market town, costume from the 17th century to the present day, Tooley’s Boatyard and the Oxford Canal, are just some of the stories illustrated in the museum. There are also regularly changing exhibitions and activities to ensure that there is always something new to see and do.
Monday - Saturday 0930 - 1700
Sunday 1030 - 1630
Bank holidays Sunday opening times
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Easter Sunday.
( There is a charge for entry to temporary exhibitions )
◾Lift access from the museum shop on to museum floor
◾Lift access to all floors of the museum
◾Accessible toilet on the ground floor
◾Baby change facilities on all floors
◾Various parking options surrounding the museum
Archaeology, Archives, Costume and Textiles, Inland Waterways, Industry, Social History
- 16 September — 25 November 2017 *on now
Calling LEGO® builders and mini-brick architects big and small… A world of imagination and creativity is waiting for you! Discover the endless possibilities, as you journey through history and around the globe discovering brick wonders, carefully crafted using over a quarter of a million of these much-loved little bricks.
A treat for all ages, bring your curiosity, build your imagination and explore the world brick by brick. Marvel at the shapes and structures that can be snapped together to create the most iconic wonders of the world, including the Great Wall of China, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Great Pyramid of Giza and Niagara Falls.
A touring exhibition from Warren Elsmore.
LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies. Brick wonders is not sponsored, endorsed or otherwise supported by the LEGO group.
Please note: the museum is closed on Sundays.
- Any age
£4.00 adult, £3.00 concessions, £2.00 children (Under 5s free)
Archaeological Finds Surgery
- 6 February 2018 10am-5pm
- 6 March 2018 10am-5pm
Have your archaeological finds identified and recorded by the Finds Liason Office for Oxfordshire and West Berkshire, Anni Byard.
Spiceball Park Rd