Did you know that Oxford’s Town Hall
Was used as a military hospital during WW1?
Has a medieval cellar with a vaulted ceiling?
Was used in the filming of a Fish Called Wanda?
Oxford Open Doors on the 9th and 10th of September is a time for the Museum of Oxford and Town Hall to throw open its doors and for as many visitors as possible to find out more about this fascinating Grade II* listed building and join a FREE tour to see rooms not normally open to the public at 11.30am and 2pm on both days.
There will be self-led family trails available from 11am to 4pm each day.
Numbers for the tours are limited with tickets available from the Museum Gift Shop. These will be allocated half an hour before the tour start time.
Also the Waterloo Rifles Military Band return at 11am-12.30pm in the Main Hall (on the Saturday only)
For more information, visit Oxford Preservation Trust’s website here