Accessible and the kids like the dressing up bit.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
This museum celebrates the history of Oxford that isn't University history. It isn't big but they have made good use of the space. The Town Hall has an accessible entrance and any wheelchair users have to go that way. My kids love the interactive display as you go in. The museum is accessed via a platform lift if you can't use the stairs. They often do an activity pack for smaller children. Check the website. There's an accessible cafe in the Town Hall.
Transport & Parking
No specific parking but there are disabled bays in town. Check the Council website. You can park in residents' only spaces if you have a blue badge. It is right next to some bus stops.
Go through the accessible entrance of the Town Hall and down in the platform lift and through the museum's back entrance. The museum is small but navigable in a chair.
There are 2 large, clean accessible loos, on the cafe level and on the ground floor.
Helpful and friendly.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
It is a nice, accessible place that has nothing to do with the University.