Where is the Museum of Natural History in Oxford?

Where is the Museum of Natural History in Oxford?

Travelling to the Museum Oxford University Museum of Natural History is located in the centre of Oxford on Parks Road, OX1 3PW. It is a five-minute walk from the Bodleian Libraries and in the same building as the Pitt Rivers Museum.

When do investigators meet in the Museum of Natural History?

Investigators interested in the natural world have an opportunity to meet in the Museum and pursue an extended project of their choice. Investigators meet on Saturdays from 10.30am to 12.30pm for 10 weeks, and work on their personal projects. Investigators have access to special Museum objects and experts in the field.

What are the benefits of working at the Museum of Natural History?

Working at the Museum of Natural History comes with a host of benefits: from behind the scenes access to the collections to access to the resources and facillities of the wider University. Use this page to find out more about what it’s like to work here and browse any available vacancies.

How many specimens are in the Museum of Natural History?

The Museum has over seven million historical and modern specimens encompassing the entire natural world. There is also a library of around 20,000 books and an archive containing approximately half a million manuscripts.

Are there any summer events for Oxford University?

After a difficult year, we want to help you make the most of your university experience this summer as COVID restrictions ease.

Why are there so many events in Oxford?

That’s why we’re supporting and promoting Love Oxford, with a wide range of events that are taking place for students in the summer months – whether they’re organised by colleges, societies, sports clubs, the University, Oxford SU, local businesses or community groups.

Is the Pitt Rivers Museum of Natural History free?

Book a group visit to the Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum here. If you are a family, please do not book here. Instead, please book tickets for general admission on the left. Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (last entry 4.15pm). Entry to the Museum is free, but advanced booking is essential.