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Wallingford Museum

Wallingford Museum is a colourful, delightfully intimate and family friendly local history museum, housed on two floors of this medieval oak-beamed building in the heart of Wallingford in Oxfordshire.

See, do and discover!

  • Wallingford's Saxon walls and royal castle

  • Murder mystery links, including Midsomer Murders, and  Agatha Christie - 'The Queen of Crime'

  • The Wallingford Story - a walk through time 

  • A Victorian Street Scene - to explore

  • Amazing models: Wallingford Castle, Wallingford Bridge, Thames weirs and Wallingford Station

  • Roman burials from Crowmarsh

  • 'Hands-on' including much loved 'smelly-feely' drawers and archaeology sandpits

  •  What's on?   Special this year

  •  The Museum Shop 




We suggest you allow at least 1½ hours for your visit.  Children are FREE  but must be accompanied by a paying adult please. 

40th Birthday Celebrations

Strawberry Cake
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Company No 05597310 | Registered Charity No 1113236 | Museum Accreditation No 1159

Wallingford Museum is a Company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales. It is managed in association with The Wallingford Historical & Archaeological Society (TWHAS) and is a registered charity. It was one of the first museums in Oxfordshire to be fully registered and is fully accredited by the MLA. It is entirely run by volunteers.

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Wallingford Museum - Flint House - 52 High Street - Wallingford - Oxfordshire - OX10 0DB