We are running an exciting project to open the historic building of St Alban's Church in East Oxford to the public.
Come and explore the fascinating history, art and architecture of this beautiful building, or simply drop to meet up and enjoy tea and cake at our pop-up cafe!
Each week, we bring different artefacts and activities from our collections to handle and find out about.
January and February's cafes are themed on classical myths, and include:
Saturday 18th January, 10am - 1pm
The Story of the Labyrinth: artefacts & activities
Saturday 25th January, 10am - 1pm
The Story of Arachne: artefacts & activities
Saturday 1st February, 10am - 1pm
The Story of Orpheus: artefacts & activities
Saturday 8th February, 10am - 1pm
The Story of Circe: artefacts & activities
Saturday 15th February, 10am - 1pm
The Story of Apollo & Daphne: artefacts & activities
Saturday 22nd February, 10am - 1pm
The Story of Cupid and Psyche: artefacts & activities
This is a secular project to open up a historic building, and develop museum learning and community friendship.
The address of the church is:
St Alban's Church, Charles Street, Oxford, OX4 3AH
The cafe is drop-in, with no need to book in advance.