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My cousin came over from Aussie last summer and she's a massive Midsummer Murders fan, so I took her Thame's MM tour around the town and museum. The guy running it is lovely and very knowledgable. She and I had a really good time, great...More
Our family popped in here on a whim and were so glad we did. It is a well organised, fascinating museum with great use of multimedia for various different displays. The historical artefacts are interesting and we were fortunate enough to see their special WW1...More
This is a small museum, with only one main display room, but it is well presented with an eclectic range of artefacts. The fragments of a medieval painted wall (rescued from other premises) are particularly well displayed with an audiovisual guide.
We just happened to be in Thame on a Wednesday when
The Thame Museum offers a once per week walking tour of the
Midsomer Murders shooting locations in town.
It was cool and raining that day and we thought the tour would be cancelled, but...More
We had just left the Thatch pub opposite after meeting friends and thought what's in there. Great little museum with get knowledgeable volunteers. Great source of local history and it's free. Well worth the time spent. Didn't even realise it existed. Will defiantly pop in...More
There are only a couple of rooms in this lovely little museum, but they are packed full of interesting exhibits and snippets of local history.
At the time we visited, there was an interesting display featuring notable women of the area to celebrate 100 years...More
Walking the village came upon their museum and it's a gem for this town. Staff so friendly, loved their beautiful and informative displays of their village, WW 1, children would enjoy this museum too. Nice items can be purchased, we went on a "Free Day"...More
What a pleasant surprise this small local museum is. Presentation from the moment you meet Sergeant Harris at the entrance to the end of the walk through the fashion exhibition is excellent. Well worth a visit.