The Story Museum - Oxford

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The Story Museum

The Story Museum is an unusual museum. Located in the heart of Oxford, it celebrates the power of stories. Fly through a thousand years of Oxford’s story history, from ancient myths and legends to fairy tales and contemporary books.

How Does the Story Museum Work?

The adventure begins in the Portal, an information bureau for travellers between story worlds. Here, the friendly Story Guides will help you plan your journey through the fictional universe.

Would you rather… Follow the white rabbit into Wonderland? Walk through the wardrobe into Narnia? Or fly through frozen skies? Would you like to hear ancient tales whispered from across the world? Rediscover favourite books and films? Or conjure your own stories in our magical classroom?

Inside The Story Museum you can explore 1001 stories in all their magnificent variety. 

Where is Oxford's Story Museum?

Website: https://www.storymuseum.org.uk/

Address: 42 Pembroke St, Oxford OX1 1BP

Phone: 01865 790050.

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