Visiting the Museum
Admission to the Museum is free. The Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday with standard opening hours of 12 noon to 5pm (last admission at 4.45pm).
A page with access details  provides a map, directions, and the location of the Museum.
Group Visits & Tours
All groups for more than 10 must pre-book their visits. For more information and to book please see the Group Visits page .
Charged guided tours of the Museum can be arranged. Please contact the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org  for more information.
If you are a teacher looking for a UK curriculum orientated teaching session, please see Schools and Teachers .
EFL students at the Museum
We welcome visits from groups of EFL students from the many language schools in Oxford and throughout the UK. More information and resources for EFL group visits  is available.
View the Museum Guide and Plan [pdf] 
There is disabled lift access to the Basement Galleries (including the Special Exhibition Gallery), which is suitable for wheelchairs, but not for buggies or others. The lift can be accessed in the Sheldonian Yard through the gate to the left of the Museum. Please get in touch if you would like more information when planning a visit requiring disabled access by email  or by telephone on 01865 277293.
We currently have an extensive audio guide in English  with 39 stops throughout the Museum, and shorter audio guides in 6 other languages – Arabic , French , German , Italian , Mandarin and Spanish .
The audio content can be listened to for free on the Museum’s website and is also available through the free wifi in the Museum. Transcripts of the audio guides can be borrowed from the front desk on your way into the Museum.
Pocket Curator (Museum App)
Unlock the secrets of some of the fascinating scientific instruments on display in the Museum with this app .
There is a museum shop  with a selection of bespoke items which is open during normal opening hours.