We are delighted to announce that the Museum will reopen to the public on 22 September. There are joint, free tickets available for us and the Pitt Rivers Museum next door, but you must book in advance. All the information you need to visit us and book tickets is here: https://oumnh.ox.ac.uk/visit-us
Oxford University Museum of Natural History - Steve Backshall's 'favourite building in the entire world' - is reopening on 22 September 2020. We're really looking forward to welcoming visitors once again. All visitors must pre-book tickets via our website. All the visit and ticket booking links you need are at www.oumnh.ox.ac.uk/visit-us
'Six Legs of Summer'
This August we created Six Legs of Summer: six days of insect-based activities and videos online! All of the activities are on our website to revisit here, and a whole playlist on our YouTube channel . Watch the playlist from the video below:
Rediscover our insect-related activities from August 2020
We recently posted some images from the archives at the Museum, including cleaning staff, display cases, and the Iguanodon skeleton. See some of our historical photos at OUMNH here in our Instagram highlights.
Autism Friendly Opening 3 October
A relaxed morning opening for children on the autism spectrum and their families. Booking required. Find out more and book: https://oumnh.ox.ac.uk/events
Discover the remarkable architecture of the Museum in this special video