Tom Brown's School Museum was originally a school for boys built in 1617 & became a museum in 1984. Located in the picturesque village of Uffington, the museum features exhibits on Thomas Hughes who wrote Tom Brown's Schooldays & Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman who lived in the village. The permanent exhibitions feature the history of the 3,000 year old White Horse & surrounding areas such as Wayland's Smithy & the Ridgeway, together with a mock Victorian Schoolroom and artefacts donated by local residents. The 2021 exhibition displays the entries from the village photographic competition 'Valuing Our Environment'.
|Saturday||02:00 pm – 05:00 pm|
|Sunday||02:00 pm – 05:00 pm|
The museum is open from Easter until the end of October including the Bank Holiday Mondays in May and August. We are re-opening on Saturday 24th July 2021 every weekend until the end of October.
Entry to the museum is FREE for all age groups.
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