Thought there was loads around to visit, only bad thing was did not realize it was at the back of the museum, so a little more signs needed I think.
About Pitt Rivers Museum
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Another great free (£5 recommended donation, worth it) museum in the centre of Oxford. Essentially a collection of natural history items from around the world. The dimly lit hall to the rear of the main hall is a must see and resembles something from an...More
I convinced the group of 6 that I visited Oxford with that the Pitt Rivers museum would be worth a visit and everyone was very impressed indeed. To access the museum we had to walk through the Natural History Museum which was great and had...More
Some guy with more money than tastes or brains, traveled and got a bunch of stuff. He left a stack of money, and they created a very large closet to hold all the junk in one place. It is organized into large cabinets by object...More
This is my fourth year bringing college students to Oxford and as I do each year, I took the students to Pitt River this afternoon. I showed them in and told them to go explore. It was at this point we were stopped and told...More
Such an eclectic mix of objects on display and always something to see that you didn't spot last time. A place not to be missed if you've never been there before!
An excellent destination for anyone interested in culrure, ethnography and traditions. The museum contains collections of objects from all parts of the world from Evenkas' underpants to British 19th century model ships, and from the ancient fire-making implements to firearms. My husband particularly enjoyed looking...More
This is a wonderful museum that you can get to via the Hop-on Hop-off bus. Part of the universary and take the opportunity to go there. The staff is wonderful.