Monday, 06 April 2020

A NEW exhibition charting the history of Wallingford will also explore the archaeology of the market town.

“Once Upon a Time — the Changing Face of Wallingford” has just opened at Wallingford Museum on and will run until November 30.

Visitors will be able to share any local knowledge they may have and to reminisce about their own history.

There are “hands on” activities, discovering the secrets of garden archaeology and tracing the passage of time through photographs and objects, all of which reflect the changing face of the historic market town.

The exhibition will run throughout the museum, with a information sheet to guide visitors round provided.

Other exhibitions for the year include Wallingford Castle — the Inside Story, The Wallingford Story, At home with the Queen of Crime — Agatha Christie and a Midsomer Murders display.

Admission is £5 per adult, which gives unlimited access to the museum for the whole season, and accompanied children enter free. For more information, visit www.wallingford

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