Virtual Tour of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History

The Museum houses Oxford University's extensive world-wide collections of zoology, entomology, geology, and mineralogy, including the local dinosaur finds, a 40ft Tyrannosaurus rex, the observation beehive and Alice's Dodo. The building itself is one of the finest examples of the Victorian Gothic style of architecture, exhibiting a wealth of naturalist carving; the huge glass roof over the central museum court is supported by cast iron shafts, decorated with wrought iron spandrels.

Click on the positions in the above map to view the large 360° panoramas
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