MUSEUMS may be shut physically this weekend, but Oxford's museums and galleries are hosting a tonne of online exhibitions you can attend.

You can now experience all the exhibitions and cultural shows Oxford has to offer without leaving the comfort of your bedroom. 

1. The Ashmolean:

Director of the Ashmolean Xa Sturgis said although they 'can't wait to have people back in the building' there is 'plenty of activity' still going on at the museum during this lockdown that is available for people to enjoy at home

2. The Museum of Oxford:

The museum is also hosting several other online exhibitions including:

Councillor Mary Clarkson, cabinet member for City Centre, Covered Market and culture said: "The Museum of Oxford is the only museum in the city that captures the history of people who live here. Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been developing a digital collection of people’s experiences in this pandemic.

"If anyone would like to contribute please visit the Oxford City Stories site -   

"In years to come this archive will help local people learn what it was like to live through the pandemic and how people here responded."

3. Museum of Natural History:

The museum is currently hosting this exhibition online:

Museum Director, Professor Paul Smith said: "We have developed a successful online programme over the previous months, including a popular series of talks and a hugely well-attended treasure hunt-style event with broadcaster Steve Backshall.

"Looking ahead, our new programme will focus on the immensely important issues of climate change and biodiversity loss, and more details about that will be available on our website and social media soon.

"As always, we will continue to offer audiences a variety of educational, informal and fun things to watch, read and take part in during the months ahead."

4. Modern Art Oxford:

The gallery is hosting a number of exhibitions:

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