Admission: Free or Donations - Museum Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10AM-5PM
Discover more about the changing way of life in the villages of North Oxfordshire from Victorian times to recent times. This foyer exhibition looks at Hornton as a prime example of a North Oxfordshire rural community that, through many generations, thrived on wide-ranging ingenuity and self-sufficiency. Hornton was in many ways typical of the villages of this area, whilst also being distinctive for its remote setting (when horse, cart and foot were the only transport) and its stone quarries, where the characteristic ironstone was named after the village.
Exhibition produced by Hornton History Group.