The Wallingford Story, a SIGHT & SOUND experience – a walk through time from the Romans and Saxons to the Civil War, including a miniature re-creation of Wallingford's huge royal Castle, accompanied by an audio tour included free with your ticket.
A Victorian Street Scene with walk-in Shop, Pub, Workshop & Workhouse peepshow
Special features on the River Thames, models of Wallingford Bridge and Thames weirs, Roman burials from Crowmarsh and a detailed scale model of Wallingford Station
Special exhibitions always changing, including Agatha Christie - for information on what's new visit website
Fun things for children - including much loved 'smelly, feely' drawers and archaeology sandpits
A Museum Shop with a range of new books on local subjects, a selection of gifts and mementoes with an historical theme, and a wide choice of second-hand books
We suggest you allow at least an hour and a half for your visit.
- Regional and Miscellaneous - Tourism South East Member 2016
|Open (1 Jun 2017 - 6 Sep 2017)|
|Open (6 Sep 2017 - 30 Nov 2017)|
* We regret that because of the historic nature of the building, access to the upper galleries may not be possible for people with mobility problems. However, there is flat-floor access to all ground floor areas.
Visitors who are unable to access the upper galleries will be offered free entry to the Museum and the opportunity to view a video of the permanent 'Wallingford Story' display with audio.
Also, accompanying carers will be offered free entry.
We can provide limited on-site disabled parking
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult ticket||£5.00 per ticket|
|Group Rate (10 - 50 persons)||£4.00 per ticket|
This ticket will give you unlimited access to the Museum for the whole season.
Your ticket includes a free audio tour to the Wallingford Story.
Sadly, for legal reasons we cannot admit any unaccompanied children
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