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Oxfordshire Museums Council

Bringing History to the Public

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. Visit this year and see all the delightful new showcases in the Museum and of course the exhibition!.

Address 126 High Street, Burford OX18 4QU
Telephone
E-mail here
Web www.tolseymuseumburford.org
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)

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