Friday, 21 September 2018 - we will be busy setting up for the AMOC Autumn Concours at Hoghton Tower.
Saturday, 20 October 2018 - we will be holding our annual Dudley Coram Memorial Lecture.
When we are open:
The Museum is open Monday to Friday and the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10.00am to 4.30pm. Last entry is 4.00pm.
We are closed for statutory Holidays.
Occasionally the Barn is in use for a meeting and this could interrupt a visit, so please call us in advance to check, especially if you are coming a distance.
The Archive is open by appointment only, please contact the Curator for details.
Adults - £5.00 (£5.50 with Gift Aid)
Concessions - £3.00 (£3.30 with Gift Aid)
Under 5 - FREE
Supporters of AMHT/AML Staff/AMOC Members - FREE (please show your Cards)
How to find us:
Grid reference SU 596962 (Ordnance Survey map 164)
If using SATNAV devices, be aware that the postcode does NOT take you to the Barn, but nearby! When you reach the village War Memorial, follow the detailed directions below.
From the South (A4074). Upon approaching the village, enter the first driveway on the right after the 30 mph signs, marked to Drayton House Farm, and Waterside House. A small sign marked 'AMOC' will also be seen. The barn will be found 100 yards down the track on the left hand side.
From the North (M40). Leave M40 at junction 8a if travelling from the North/West, or Junction 7 if travelling from the East. Enter Stadhampton on the A329, and turn left almost immediately after the petrol station, towards Wallingford. After 650 metres, take the right turn marked to Drayton St Leonard. After approximately one mile, enter the village, follow the road round to the right past the pub and the church, take a sharp left at the corner of a building and finally bear right at the war memorial. Turn into the last lane on the left before the speed derestriction signs, marked to Drayton House Farm, Waterside House and AMOC. The barn will be found 100 yards down the track on the left hand side.