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Swalcliffe Tithe Barn,
Oxfordshire

Swalcliffe Tithe barn was built for the Rectorial manor of Swalcliffe by New College Oxford which owned many manors in the area. It is now used by Oxford Museum Srvice to exhibit agricultural and trade vehicles from the county. The barn from Easter to the end of October on Sundays and bank holidays 2pm - 5pm. Admission is free and toilets are available on site. There is ample car parking adjacent to the site.

It is a Cotswold stone barn with ten bays and two large, gabled wagon porches on the eastern side. Inside it has a fine raised-cruck roof with two rows of wind braces to the purlins. It has three large louvred ventilation slits in the gables and putlog holes down in all the walls.