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Visit The Story Museum car-free
It’s easy to visit The Story Museum as it is a 15-minute stroll from Oxford train station and 10 minutes from the bus station.
There are direct trains to Oxford from London Paddington (50 mins) and Marylebone (about 80 mins), Didcot (20 mins), Reading (25 mins), Banbury (25 mins), High Wycombe (45 mins), Worcester Foregate Street (80 mins), Bournemouth (115 mins) and beyond. When you travel by train, an Oxford PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel around the city by bus.
There are also frequent buses to the city centre from all round Oxford and surrounding towns, stopping almost outside on St Aldates street. There are direct coaches from London and many other cities.
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About The Story Museum
The Story Museum is a magical land to explore on wet days. There is a mystical wood where trees tell traditional tales over the phone and through buttons. At the enchanted library, you can create your own adventure by choosing which miniature door to open. Each one contains a different scene presented as an art installation. Little children will enjoy the little play town where they can act out favourite pictures books and nursery rhymes. Meanwhile, older children can board a 'craft' to travel though Oxford's literary history with audio visual displays.
The Wood Shed is an onsite theatre where you can catch live storytelling and folk performances.
The 2023 exhibition lets you explore inside an anthill, while listening to the voices of accomplished artists such as local favourite CBBC's Nick Cope!
For any queries about visiting contact The Story Museum on 01865790050 or email@example.com
Address: The Story Museum, 42 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP. Visit Website