Tolsey Museum, Burford
Housed in the Tudor Market/Court House, the wide-ranging collection illustrates Burford’s social and working culture, including the Town maces, seals and charters; exhibits quaintly recall the trades that flourished here – quarrying, bellfounding, rope-making, brewing -and more, with a famous doll’s house, furnished in style of the Jane Austen period. The Special Exhibition for 2011 will be a private collection of vintage radios.
|Address||126 High Street, Burford OX18 4QU|
|Opening||April – October, Tues – Sun and Bank Holidays, 2.00 – 5.00|
|Admission||Free (donations invited)|
|Visitor facilities||Car parking nearby; Guided tours of Town/Church by arrangement. Postcards and booklets on local topics|
|Disabled access||None, but illustrated view guide at Visitor Information Centre and Library|
|Public transport||Stagecoach 233 (Witney – Milton under Wychwood, extends to Kingham station and Chipping Norton on Sundays)|