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Built by CR Cockerell in a very free neo-Grecian style (1845), the Ashmolean developed from the collections of John Tradescant, the gardener at Hatfield House, and his son. Nowadays, the Ashmolean is a university museum housing rich and varied collections encompassing the cultures of the world over a period ranging from ancient times to the present day.

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  • 10am-6pm - Western Art Print Room: daily except Sun 10am-1pm, 2pm-5pm - closed Mon (except Bank Hol Mon) and 24-26 Dec

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    • Language: gbr
    • Position : With family


    A very large, well organised Museum. Some fantastic permanent exhibits with a fascinating range of semi-permanent displays. Kids enjoyed it too, although its not ideal (minimal interactivity). The sheer range of exhibits makes it possible to promise something of interest to all.


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