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Catch Wallingford Museum's special exhibition on Wallingford Priory before  the Museum closes for the winter on 30th November.

‘A Monk’s Tale - the hidden habits of Wallingford Priory’ includes new research from archaeology and documents on the layout, people, daily life and achievements of this hitherto little known but important institution which was linked to the great abbey of St Albans. It stood close to the High Street, in what is now the Bullcroft, owned numerous properties throughout the town and would have been a dominant part of Wallingford’s medieval scene.

There is also the 'Midsomer Murders' display and the expanded 'At home with the Queen of Crime: Agatha Christie' where new information has been presented that has been learned from several people in the town who came into contact with the famous crime writer. Permanent attractions also include 'The Wallingford Story' - a sight-and-sound experience .

The Museum bookshop, with its constantly changing stock of second-hand books will also be open, and you are invited to bring and buy!

The Museum is open until 30 November on Tuesdays - Fridays 2.00pm - 5.00pm, and Saturdays 10.30am - 5.00pm. After the winter break, it will reopen with a new presentation on Wallingford at War. << Go Back
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