The people involved at Tudor House are very special- sharing their time and gifts to keep Tudor House’s history alive. Our visitors frequently comment on the welcome they are given at Tudor House.
The story started in May 2004, when a group known as Worcester Heritage & Amenity Trust opened the doors to keep the building available to the public. Tudor House is volunteer-run, and the charity also benefits from museum professionals’ advice- as well as great links with the rest of historic Worcester including the Elgar Birthplace Museum and the Worcester Re-enactors.
A further tremendous benefit came in 2008 when Worcester Municipal Charities took up the lease for the building from Worcester City Council on behalf of Worcester Heritage & Amenity Trust (W.H.A.T.) allowing Tudor House a secure future.