We are open Wednesday and Saturday, 10.00 – 16.00 During summer (mid- May to mid-Sept), we are also open Thursday 10.00 – 16.00
‘Knit and Chatter’ in the coffeeshop 4th June. Henry VIII visit 18th July. See our Events page for further information.
Admission to Tudor House is FREE – thanks to our volunteers and donors.
If you love history and want to make a difference, please support us to help us maintain Tudor House and its history.
Standing in the most historic street of Worcester, is a wonderful building of timber beams, leaded windows and decorated plaster ceilings. Admission is FREE, and inside you will find rooms almost five hundred years old. Displays focus on the Tudor weaving and brewing that went on in the house, its later use as a coffeeshop for the poor, ARP office and school clinic, plus aspects of the history of this fascinating city. There are hands-on elements, coffeeshop and a warm welcome.
As a small independent museum, it is the generosity of our donors that keeps Tudor House open for future generations. We are in the process of setting up an online donation facility, but in the meantime please do visit or contact us...Read more >
Tudor House is a fine example of a close-studded timber framed building, reflecting the unknown builder’s wealth. The original friary which gave the street its name was just outside the city walls, through Friars Gate at the end of Union...Read more >