Pitt Rivers Museum
The Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford is home to some of the most important collections of ethnography and archaeology in the world. The museum is *FREE* so why not pay a visit and discover it for yourself.
We are also open on bank holiday Mondays from 10-16.30, please check our website for Christmas and Easter opening.
Entry to the Museum is through the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on Parks Road.
On this page we'll keep you posted about exhibitions, special events and latest news. It is also a place to leave your comments and share photos.
Explore the Museum
Pick up a trail - There are an assortment of family trails to pick up at the information desk. Alternatively, bring one that you have downloaded at home.
The trails are designed to help families explore the Museum together, and many are particularly suitable for under 5s.
Borrow our free family guide book - It's full of information about the Museum, and ideas of things to see and do during your visit.
Borrow a torch! - The museum can be quite dark in places. A torch will help you find your way and discover hidden wonders in the nooks and crannies.