The Best Places To Visit in Worcester

Handpicked top 3 best places to visit in Worcester, UK. 50-Point Inspection includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and their general excellence. You deserve the best!


Since 1977

Historical Museum, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Events, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Activities, Group Visits, Learning Programs, Educational Programs, Gardens, Cafe & Shops

Free Admission for Children - It is a Grade I listed building - There is a full programme of activities and events throughout the year - Prefer to explore this huge building with its many centuries of architectural styles with the audio tour

Price: Adults £5.95, Concession £4.95, Worcester Residents Annual Pass £5 & Season Ticket (Annual) £10.95

Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Mon Closed

We visited the Commandery specifically to see the excellent new exhibition about the Civil War and were rewarded with interactive activities, and a tour where each room was laid out with a different theme, from costumes to an armour, cannons, hospital room - complete with skeleton, and a fascinating timeline which shows the lead up to the war. There is a piece of the Oak Tree in which Charles the second hid to evade capture and much more including a reconstruction of 2 civil war standards.

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Sidbury, Worcester WR1 2HU


Since 1550

Museum, Tourist Attraction, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Education Visits, Group Visits, School Visits, Events, Activities, Family Activities, Workshops, Tours, Craft Activities, Coffee & Gift Shop

Free Admission - It is a beautiful 16th century building full of unique features and fascinating stories - Explore over 400 years of past industries and city history - It is a fine example of a close-studded timber framed building

Wed, Thu & Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

I recently took my 8 year old granddaughter to Tudor House. For £1 she had a pack which included an exercise to search the rooms for cardboard cutouts of crowns then looking for a clue to write down. She enjoyed the rooms and seeing how people lived in Tudor times. There were also opportunities for her to dress up. In one room they had set out scissors, glue and boxes of bits for decorating a cardboard crown which was in her pack. We ended the visit in the lovely little tea room and shop.

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38-42 Friar Street, Worcester WR1 2NA


Since 1946

Museum, Gallery, Visitor Center, Collections, Displays, Exhibitions, Private Functions, Learning Programs, Educational Visits, School Visits, Group Visits, Audio Guide Tour, Visitor Centre & Gift Shop

Free Admission: Children Under 15 & Carers - The museum houses the world’s largest collection of Worcester porcelain - The museum holds over 10,000 objects - The museum holds a range of events each year

Price: Adult £6, Concession £5 & Family £12

Summer (March - October): Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun Closed Winter (November - February): Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun Closed

The Museum of Royal Worcester Porcelain provides an encyclopedic reference collection of the products of the various Worcester-based porcelain works spanning more than 260 years of porcelain manufacture in the City of Worcester. The collection is well-displayed by date and theme in attractive display cases. Some exhibits are in diorama settings. Collectors of Worcester porcelain will want to spend several hours studying the wonderful collection. The demonstrators were very friendly and willing.

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Severn Street, Worcester WR1 2ND