Banbury Museum is a charity and we need your support. Your gift will support the cultural life of Banbury and North Oxfordshire, and impact on every visitor to the Museum.
We have a vision.
Banbury Museum is a place of new ideas: we reflect world-changing ideas of the past and work with people from all backgrounds to create the future.
There are many ways in which you can support Banbury Museum, for example by becoming one of our volunteers, making a one-off gift, or a regular donation, one of our members’ groups, sponsoring an activity or exhibition or leaving a gift in your will.
- We bring work of international significance to our town, famous names, Grayson Perry, Damien Hurst and JMW Turner.
- We work with our great national museums, The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Tate, The Ashmolean and Rijksmuseen Boerhaave in Leiden.
- We work in the community and with young people. Our popular school’s programme welcomes schools all year around, and our education staff offer events and activities for families throughout the school holidays.
- We work with seniors, supporting care homes and dementia programmes, and offering the popular workshops Times Gone By in the Museum and Kidlington Reminiscence Group in our outreach work.
On behalf of the Trustees, staff, volunteers, all visitors to the Museum and those who take part in activities, on and off-site THANK YOU.