The Natural History Museum, Oxford

A view of the Natural History Museum in Oxford. Constructed in the 19th Century and also home to the rather dark and brooding Pitt-Rivers Museum.  The Main building has a glass roof supported by iron pillars and is full of qwerky Victorian details.  Well worth visiting. It is also worth noting the dinosaur footprints set across the grass in front of the building- a reflection on similar prints found in nearby Oxfordshire quarries.

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