Contacts and How to Find Us
For Wallingford Museum ring 01491 835065
Answered during museum opening hours
and 24-hour automated information.
52 High Street
Museum Curator - Judy Dewey
on 01491 651127 or email
Please contact Judy for general enquiries and all group visits.
If you're interested in joining our Team of Volunteers
Jenny Carpenter on 01491 826734
email Jenny Carpenter email
The Museum's Publicity Officer is Sue Wright
The Wallingford Historical
and Archaeological Society
52 High Street
You can email contacts directly or please use the contact form if you prefer and/or are unsure who to send your enquiry to.
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Group and schools visits
How to find Wallingford Museum
By Car - Wallingford is situated on the River Thames on the A329 Shillingford - Reading road and the A3140 Didcot - Henley road. It is easily reached via the A34 from the M4 (junction 13) or from the M40 (junction 9) or via the A329 from the M40 (junction 7).
It is about 20 minutes from Oxford, 15 minutes from Henley and 30 from Reading. There is both short and long stay public parking near the museum, which is located near the centre of the town.
By Train - There is a half-hourly train service (hourly on Sunday) to Cholsey Station from Oxford, Didcot, Reading and London. Cholsey is two miles from Wallingford.
On certain weekends, the heritage Cholsey and Wallingford Railway operates trains (often steam hauled) to Wallingford.
Alternatively you can buy an integrated ticket for rail travel to Reading Station and then X39 or X40 bus to Wallingford.
By Bus - There is a regular bus service to Wallingford from Abingdon, Benson, Berinsfield, Brightwell, Cholsey, Dorchester-on-Thames, Didcot, Goring, Henley, Nettlebed, Oxford, Reading, Watlington and Witney.
Somewhere to stay?
See the Wallingford Town Council accommodation list on their website.