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Oxford, Ashmolean Museum

Museum Entrance screen and steps Historic building in Oxford. The combined building housing the Taylor Institution and the original “University Galleries” (now incorporated as the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology) occupies the site on the corner of St Giles’s Street and Beaumont Street. It was built in 1841-45 to the Neo-Greek designs of Charles […]

British Museum

Historic building in Camden. The British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture. Its permanent collection, numbering some thirteen million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. It is housed in a […]

Shaw Forest Park

Photos of Shaw Forest Park (aka Swindon Forest) from 2004.  This is a 40 hectare area of reforested former landfill, now buzzing with wildlife.

Crystal Palace Concert Bowl

Richard Jefferies’ Museum

The Museum is on three floors. It contains family memorabilia, archive material and the works of Richard Jefferies as well as a selection of his books for sale. The attic has been recreated as Richard Jefferies described it in his writing.The gardens and old farm-buildings are in the process of being restored.

Dorset County Museum

Dorset County Museum is an independent museum owned and managed by the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society with financial support from Dorset County Council and West Dorset District Council. Dorset County Museum is an independent museum owned and managed by the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society with financial support from Dorset County Council […]

Red House Museum

Built as a workhouse in 1764