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Oxfordshire Museums Council

Bringing History to the Public

Tom Brown’s School Museum,Uffington


Housed in the 390 year-old schoolroom close to the churchyard that featured in Thomas Hughes’ book ‘Tom Brown’s School Days’ this tiny and unusual museum displays of local history and archaeology as well as mementoes of Thomas Hughes and the late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman, who spent many happy years living in Uffington.

Address Broad Street, Uffington nr Faringdon SN7 7RA
E-mail museum@uffington.net
Web http://museum.uffington.net/
Opening Saturdays Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from Easter until the end of October each year. 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Admission FREE entry (no unaccompanied children). Group visits by arrangement
Visitor facilities Visitor facilities: On street parking. No toilets
Disabled access  Partial
 Public transport   Service 67 Wantage – Faringdon

As well as local history and  archaeology there are mementoes of Thomas Hughes and the late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman, who spent many happy years living in Uffington.

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