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Oxford’s Hidden Histories will only succeed with your support. With your help, we need to raise £25,000 towards our fundraising target of £450,000 to fully transform the city’s museum.

What it will pay for

All donations, no matter how big or small, will contribute to the new Museum galleries

£10 - will help us to pack exciting, unseen objects prior to being transported to the Museum from Storage. Objects such as a Medieval Alchemist’s Skillet and WW2 Penicillin Culture Vessel. 

£50 - will give volunteers and staff the equipment to give the Eagle from the Eagle Brewery a good clean before we put it on display

£100 - will help us to preserve and relocate for display an Elizabethan Wall Painting installed into the fabric of the building in the 1970s

£500 - will pay for the Cutteslowe Wall Spikes to be mounted on top of a reconstructed wall with information and objects about how this community was divided

 

Make a donation

With your help, we need to raise £25,000 towards our target to complete the project. Click here to make a donation.

Thank you to our supporters!

Protect Oxford's Hidden Histories

Pledge your support to help us conserve fantastic objects and  ensure their safe transportation to the new Museum of Oxford.

Pledge your support

Adopt an Object

Adopt an object from the collection and help to bring it to the new museum spaces! Your support will mean that the stories for these objects can be retold and, in many cases, be told for the first time!

Adopt an object

Make a donation

To make a one-off donation use our online form

Donate now

For a regular monthly gift, please visit our Golden Giving page.

If you are looking to make a sizeable donation towards the project, please contact the Museum of Oxford Development Trust

If you do not wish to make a donation online, please send a cheque made payable to the Museum of Oxford Development Trust and post to Museum of Oxford, Town Hall, St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BX.

Volunteer Makers

It isn't all about the money! Why not become a volunteer maker and help in a whole range of opportunities.

Volunteer Makers