Primary menu

You are here

What's on

Current Exhibitions

Click here for our latest What's On brochure

 

Permanent Exhibition

The permanent exhibitions include some of Abingdon’s most important and historically significant images and artefacts. These include The Monk's Map, a 16th-century map of the River Thames around Abingdon, a reconstruction of the Anglo-Saxon Abingdon Sword, and one of the last MGB roadsters to come off the production line at the MG factory. Abingdon’s broad history has been encapsulated in a contemporary and dynamic new exhibition design as part of the museum’s full refurbishment programme completed in July 2012.

A printable copy of the current What's On Summer 2014 Programme can be accessed online.

Special Exhibitions

Please use the tabs in the left hand column to see our current special exhibitions.

Some of our exhibitions are located in the Attic Gallery; please visit our Plan Your Visit page for more information on accessibility and a downloadable guide. 

Treasure, Silver, Corporation, Abingdon, exhibition, 2016, free entry
Now on display in the museum. The town of Abingdon was granted Borough status in 1556, beginning an exciting new chapter in its civic history. The Corporation replaced the abbey and medieval guilds in administrative duties, and oversaw the funding of the County Hall’s construction, the conversion of the Medieval St. John’s Hospital into the Magistrates Court and Council Chamber. This exhibition...
Weight: 0
Dorothy Richardson, Abingdon, an exhibition
Dorothy Richardson in Abingdon Exhibition   From 19–24 September, a small exhibition in the Sessions Gallery at the Abingdon County Hall Museum celebrates the pioneering modernist writer, Dorothy Richardson, who was born in Abingdon in 1873.   Dorothy Richardson was one of the most important English-language novelists of the twentieth century. The exhibition explores Richardson’s early years in...
Weight: 0
archaeology, excavation, Saxon, Abingdon, Radley
Whilst the story of Abingdon County Hall and its Market Place in centre of the town begins in Anglo-Saxon England, there is evidence of a settlement much older - and possibly the oldest continually inhabited settlement in England. This exhibition explores the physical evidence of the history and culture of societies which came before the Saxons, who have contributed to creating the site we now...
Weight: 2
Printer Friendly and PDF
Back to Top