As followers of our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds will know, in 2017 we took part in the Worcester Cathedral Festival of Trees and we picked tea cosies for our theme. Our tea cosies are quite famous locally and raise over £1000 a year for the museum. The witty knitters in our team all set… Read more
We can hardly believe it…our little socks have been knocked off with the shock… We’re so proud that Tudor House Museum has been shortlisted as one of the TOP TEN FAMILY FRIENDLY MUSEUMS in the UK! Huge thanks to everyone who nominated us! Credit must also go to the incredible volunteers here at Tudor House… Read more
Some new events coming up for the summer and beyond to December 2017. This year, we’re really pleased to be welcoming story-teller extraordinaire, Sharon Carr, to the museum in August for 2 story-telling sessions that perfectly match our summer kids theme of Crowning Yourself! Also in August is Worcester’s Foodie Festival (5th & 6th August)… Read more
We’re oh-so-excited to announce that Tudor House Museum has been nominated for the Kids in Museums 2017 FAMILY FRIENDLY MUSEUM AWARD! For a small independent museum without a huge budget or team, this is an enormous deal. But that is what the Family Friendly awards have been doing since 2004: celebrating not just the big nationals,… Read more
Today’s blog comes from our just-departed placement student Lauren! Lauren is studying for a History degree at Worcester University and has been with us weekly since February, helping with all sorts of tasks and becoming an integral part of the team. As today is her last day, we thought we’d ask her to tell us… Read more
And Tudor House has a packed events schedule for the year! To view the full year ahead, click on the image below. All events can be found, in greater detail, up to a month in advance on our events page. Please note that Changing Face of Worcester meetings take place on alternate Wednesdays and Thursdays… Read more
Please note, we are closed to the public until 1.30pm on 8th December for a private function.
Only 5 more sleeps till the great Worcester Victorian Fayre extravaganza!
…and just in time for Christmas! Local historian, Bob Blandford (author of the best selling Worcester Pubs volumes), has spent 2016 writing and researching for his latest volume, The Spike: The Lives, Times and Violent Crimes of the Worcester Police Force from 1833 to 1900. A must for every local history buff and Worcester resident!… Read more
This year, Tudor House will be closed from 18th December 2016, and will reopen on 4th January 2017. Last orders for our incredible hand-knitted tea cosies is 19th November – we can’t guarantee delivery before the new year after that date. Use the contact form on the Contact Us Page (look under Visiting!) to order… Read more