Oxford - Pitt Rivers Museum
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Cultural and Heritage Events are intended to be as accessible as possible and a great introduction to OutdoorLads. For the seasoned veteran, they are a day out at one of the hundreds of fascinating sites the UK has to offer, as a group, with friends.
"Pitt Rivers Museum is unlike any other. Founded in 1884, it houses within an atmospheric building more than 500,000 objects, photographs and manuscripts from all over the world, and from all periods of human existence. Within these are exceptional objects of ritual significance, and objects made for tourists or trade."
Located within Oxford University Museum of Natural History, there will be plenty to see to keep us entertained for the day.
The leader has never been to Oxford before and looking forward to exploring what the city has to offer.
Admission is Free.
We will grab a drink afterwards, hopefully with a slice of cake.
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Food & drink
The Horsebox Coffee Company on the lawn is open from 8.30 - 17.00 daily, serving hot and cold drinks and homemade cakes. With delicious locally roasted coffee, scrumptious brownies, flapjacks and cookies, the Horsebox Café is the perfect place for a coffee break!