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Current Exhibitions

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 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. 

David Buckland Copyright - Museum Front
May 2 - September 16 2014 David Buckland and Abingdon County Hall Museum present a unique range of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographs of the town of Abingdon-on-Thames. David's pictures capture unique scenes in vibrant detail using the editorial HDR technique. The exhibition is purely and simply a high quality display of artisitic photography encapsulating the beauty of the town from a personal...
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Soldiers and residents in Abingdon, 1915
Opens 5 August What did Abingdon do in the Great War? Come and see our new exhibition highlighting Abingdon people and their contribution to the war effort as service men and women or civilians.  Recent research into the town's families, businesses and industries has provided a new and fascinating insight into life on the home front, with excerpts from contemporary newspapers providing lots of ...
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WW1 Event - Abingdon, Are you in this?
Experience the Market Place as it was 100 years ago. From authentic ammunition carts on their way to Belgium and the Front Line, to Punch & Judy shows entertaining the children at home. This event commemorates life in Abingdon as it was in 1914 and highlights some of the many aspects of life forgotten in todays world. The event is free to attend. There will be food and drink stalls, Loose...
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