Learning and Educational Programs, Exhibitions, Cafe, Gardens, Shops, Collections, Displays, School Activities, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Events, Group Visits, Civil War & Garden
The Commandery is a Grade I listed building, and the museum is the heart of historic Worcester, is best known for being the Royalist Headquarters during the 1651 Battle of Worcester. You can discover the Worcester's Civil War Story, an immersive journey that brings you back over 350 years into a mysterious, troubled worker of heated debates in the 17th century. It has an independent café that offers delicious home-made food, speciality coffee, and loose leaf tea. They offer free admission for coach drivers to the museum and also demand a £10 free voucher from the Worcester tourist information centre.
Price: Adult £7, Adult Season Ticket - Annual Pass £12,Children 5-16 years old £3, Family Ticket (up to 2 adults & 3 children) £17
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TUDOR HOUSE MUSEUM
Family Activities, Education, Out-of-Hours Tours, Exhibitions, Learning, Architecture Structure, Events, Building, Collections, Historical Places, Displays, Tourist Attraction, Coffee, Group and School Visits, Craft, Workshops & Gift Shop
Tudor House Museum is one of Worcester's most heritage-rich areas and located in an original timber-framed building from the 16th century. This award-winning independent museum allows the visitors to see several displays as well as the building's remarkable architecture, including the original wattle and daub walls. The museum is child-friendly and has large upstairs education areas where children can play Tudor games. They offer complimentary access to 500 years of history. It provides an educational framework for primary and secondary schools in particular by linking into the National Curriculum and related key stages.
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MUSEUM OF ROYAL WORCESTER
Displays, Learning Programs, Collections, Gallery, Visitor Center, Private Functions, Exhibitions, Gift Shop, Audio Guide Tour, School and Group Visits & Education
Museum of Royal Worcester holds the world’s most extensive porcelain collection. It has over 10,000 objects; the galleries and exhibits of the museum swaddled in vibrant colours that show off the group to its most significant benefit. The collections go far beyond the pots currently on display and include pattern books, video, photos, and an emotional collection of audio recordings. They discover 250 years of colourful history through the world’s most extensive selection. They afford free admission for children under 15 and carers.