Pitt Rivers Museum

The Pitt Rivers Museum is also known as The University of Oxford’s museum of anthropology and world archaeology. The museum was founded in 1884 following a gift to the university from general Pitt Rivers. It retains its unique atmosphere with dense displays of artefacts, many in the original wooden display cabinets. The Museum is usually open 12:00pm-4:30pm (Monday) and 10:00am-4:30pm (Tuesday-Sunday). To avoid disappointment, please check with the venue before travelling.

Your nearest bus stop is around 400 metres from the Pitt Rivers Museum.

  • For more details about these stops, please see below.

Your nearest bus stops:

Keble Road:

  • city2: Serving Kidlington, Summertown, Banbury Road and Oxford City Centre.
  • park&ride500: Serving Oxford Rail Station, Oxford City Centre, Oxford Parkway, Kidlington and Woodstock.

Radcliffe Observatory Quarter:

  • city6: Serving Wolvercote, Woodstock Road and Oxford City Centre.
  • park&ride300: Serving Redbridge, Oxford City Centre and Pear Tree Park & Ride.