Ancient artefacts, vibrant history, interactive displays and rooftop views
The County Hall Museum stands proudly in the town centre, overlooking the Market Place and is the most iconic landmark in Abingdon. The museum is free and has a host of things to see to help you understand the history of the town. You can see the ancient remains from iron age settlements in the area, view relics of the mediaeval past, see Victorian water pumps or one of the last MG cars made in the town. If the weather is good, you can even go up to the rooftop for a panoramic view over Abingdon and across the Vale of White Horse.
You can find out more about the museum here.