Search the collections by clicking here. The archaeology collection includes a huge range of archaeological objects found in Buckinghamshire, from prehistoric stone tools, through Roman coins, to medieval pottery. It includes everything related to human activity, from the very earliest people who lived here, over 300,000 years ago, up until Tudor times, around 1500 AD.
Although the museum currently only collects archaeology from Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes, we do have small closed collections of foreign material, notably Egyptology.
Click here for the Ancient Egyptian Collection
Visiting the collections
To find out more, or see any of the collection that is not currently on display, you can make an appointment with the collections team, either individually, or as a small group. There is a small charge for this. Call us on 01296 624519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Group visits can focus on a particular type of object, finds from a specific area (like your village), or just be a general introduction to Bucks Archaeology.
Apart from individual finds we are also the standard repository for archaeological fieldwork archives from Bucks and Milton Keynes.
Contracting archaeological units wishing to deposit archives at the museum should contact the Keeper of Archaeology to obtain our current procedures.
Click here to learn more about our archaeology services