We are open! After months of being closed due to the pandemic, Oxford’s Museum of Natural History finally reopened in May, and we are absolutely loving the fact that the museum is once again full of life, laughter and learning.
If you live near Oxford, or are planning a trip to this part of the world, remember to visit us this Summer. We would love to see you! We have over 7 million historical and modern specimens, of which around 5 million are insects. So, if you are interested in insects then this is the place to come!
Visiting the museum is FREE, but please book your tickets here Visit us | Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Why not try our Incredible Insects Trail?
Help yourself to a copy of this trail in the main museum court and journey round some of the highlights of our entomology collection.
Take your completed trail to the front desk, mention that you heard about it here at crunchyontheoutside.com and you will receive a certificate and an Inspired by Insects badge.
Remember to keep an eye on our website for information about other FREE Summer family activities in the museum. Events | Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Find us out and about in Oxfordshire
This Summer, we will also be out and about at the following events in Oxfordshire:
Out and About with Insects – Tuesday 17th August, 11am – 3pm, Princess Diana Park, Banbury
Finds us at Oxfordshire Play Association’s Play and Activity Day to learn more about insects and have a look at some of our magnificent specimens close up. Out and About with insects – Princess Diana Park, Banbury | Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Wychwood Forest Fair – Saturday 22nd August, 11am – 5pm, Foxburrow Wood, Witney
Come along and visit our stand where you will find a range of insect-related activities, including insect collecting using specialist equipment. Find out more at: Wychwood Forest Fair | Wychwood Forest Trust
We would love to see you over the Summer, whether in the museum or out and about at an event. Have a fantastic Summer!