Abingdon County Hall Museum

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Welcome to Abingdon County Hall Museum.
Admission is free.
Booking is advisable.

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Abingdon County Hall Museum

Abingdon County Hall Museum’s aim is to present the history of Abingdon and the surrounding locality in the most informative, exciting and accessible way possible. We will continue to develop the museum in line with visitor comments and town activities with the intention to create exhibitions combining importance to the locality, people, educational significance and interest for as broad an audience as possible.

Museum News

Quiet Time at Abingdon Museum

Abingdon Museum reopening in May 2021

Abingdon People in Lockdown – Abingdon Museum Project

A new light on the Abingdon Ichthyosaur

Abingdon Museum is now OPEN!

Abingdon Museum Blog

Upcoming Museum Events

Exhibition: ‘Drawing Stories; Fairy Tales & Wildlife’ by David Melling

Now a resident of Abingdon, David Melling has been an author & illustrator of children’s books for 28 years now. He…
Oxfordshire Artweeks – ‘Birds’ Exhibition by Artist Ticia Lever

Oxfordshire Artweeks – ‘Birds’ Exhibition by Artist Ticia Lever

Local artist Ticia Lever is taking part in Oxfordshire Artweeks with a variety of bird images worked using both hand and…
HapticArt – Abingdon Treasures Exhibition

HapticArt – Abingdon Treasures Exhibition

Explore with HapticArt the many and varied treasures of Abingdon Museum. This group of textile and mixed media artists…

Visit Us

Plan your visit, we have information on getting here by car, bus, train or boat!

What’s On

Read information regarding exhibitions at the Museum.

About the Museum

Find out all about the Museum, including its history and our volunteering opportunities and fundraising projects!

Explore

Take a good look around the Museum with an interactive 3D Virtual Tour here!

Learning Space

The Museum offers schools a series of led workshops that cover a variety of topics and historical periods.

The County Hall itself is an inspiring and exciting place to learn, so whether you are visiting for a self-led exploration or taking part in one of our free workshops, your pupils will gain the benefits of learning in a bright and engaging environment.

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