Welcome to Banbury Museum. PLEASE NOTE - we're in the process of creating a brand new, much improved website for Banbury Museum which will be launched in the coming months. Please bear with us whilst we make these changes.
Galleries, Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
Tourist Information Centre and Shop, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8.45am - 5.15pm, Wednesday 10am - 5.15pm and Saturday 10am - 5pm
Café Quay has reopened as Cafe Red, and is open 10.00 - 4.30pm Monday - Saturday.
Banbury Museum is open Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm, but closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
Entry is Free of Charge
Banbury Museum opened in 2002, and is situated in an attractive town centre and waterside location. The iconic modern building displays local history collections and hosts touring exhibitions. The Museum offers a family friendly approach, with a busy programme of activities and events for all ages.
Banbury lies at the centre of a rich historic landscape that has evolved over millennia. Its gardens, houses, villages and towns are some of the finest in the country, and are testament to economic growth and prosperity.
The Museum encourages research into the region's history, and with partners Banbury Historical Society, offers free access to over 50 years of research through these pages.
Banbury Museum is actively engaged with
Follow us on twittereducation, offering workshops for schools, both in the Museum and in class, monthly reminiscence meetings and projects with special interest, or cultural groups.
Banbury museum facebook page
Banbury Museum was designed by ECD Architects.
Banbury Museum is a Development Partner of Oxford ASPIRE, a consortia of Oxford University Museums, The Oxfordshire Museum and other partners.
Banbury Museum is managed by The Banbury Museum Trust