The Museum of Oxford (MOX) is a fantastic community and family museum housed in a grade II listed Town Hall in the heart of Oxford. 

MOX celebrates the history of the city, its people and the many different aspects of their lives over the centuries. We have an extensive schools and young people programme and are planning to develop new projects with community groups, which will create exhibitions such as the recent one on the lives of the Windrush Generation in Oxford. 

We’re keen to share Oxford’s heritage with as many people as possible! You can show your support for our work by making a donation to our Museum of Oxford Development Trust, a registered charity. A donation of any amount helps support our work to deliver fun and accessible family activities, community engagement projects, us to buy materials for school sessions, exhibitions and special events for Oxford’s people, in our brand new spaces.




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Museum Of Oxford Development Trust (registered charity no. 1173867). from Museum of Oxford

The Museum of Oxford Development Trust supports the work of the Museum of Oxford (MOX). The Trust has focussed its energies on fundraising since it was established in 2016. With the recent development of the Museum of Oxford complete, the trust is now turning its focus on helping to fund the Museum's work on audience and programme development for communities across Oxford.


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  • Sat, July 2 2022, 12:13 PM : City Stories is a digital archive of items contributed to by you! The stories and objects on the site are ‘donated’ and curated by visitors, museum staff, researchers, and volunteers. Learn more about City Stories and contribute here: https://t.co/OTr4TYNGVS
  • Sat, July 2 2022, 12:13 PM : Over the last couple of years, Marston Community Garden has developed to include community-owned orchards, chickens and allotments, spaces for sharing tools and produce, and woodland and wildflower areas. https://t.co/NcWgN4Oxj9 https://t.co/OgpSrgPOGj
  • Fri, July 1 2022, 1:25 PM : Archaeological finds from the building of the Blackbird Leys and Greater Leys estates to the south-east of the city suggest that a pottery industry of national significance was based here. Goods produced in these areas were exported across Europe. (4)
  • Fri, July 1 2022, 1:25 PM : There were important pottery-making sites to the north-east and south-east of Oxford. Excavations at the Churchill Hospital revealed some of the best-preserved evidence of this industry, including the remains of a kiln. (3)