The Museum presents a world-class collection of historic scientific instruments relating to astronomy, time, electricity, chemistry, medicine, photography, microscopy, mathematics, early radio and more. The Museum’s learning programme offers a range of learning experiences to suit different audiences using the collection to encourage curiosity and develop understanding.
Taught sessions for secondary and post-16 are normally available on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Sessions vary in length between 1-2 hours and normally accommodate between 20-30 students depending on the session.
For more information about facilities and arrangments for visits, please see http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/education/visit/ .
For enquiries and bookings, please email: email@example.com 
For a summary information about the programme, please see MHS Secondary programme leaflet 
Combined visits to the Oxford University Museums and Collections
Sessions can be combined with a visit to any of the other University museums and collections including the Ashmolean Museum , the Museum of Natural History , the Pitt Rivers Museum , Botanic Garden  or the Bodleian Library .
The Museum runs a programme of study days for KS3-5 which provide extended opportunities for curriculum enrichment including input from academics and researchers from the University. For forward dates, see Study days .