When Tudor House reopened as a heritage centre it had to start to accumulate a collection to reflect the history of the house. It is now a museum charity run by volunteers, with hundreds of objects in the collection. We also have on loan items from the Council’s Worcestershire Museums.
The Tudor House curators are keen to accept donations for Tudor House’s exhibitions which fit into our themes:
Tudor and 17th century Worcester e.g oak furniture, bits of pottery, maps of Worcester, models of timber-framed buildings
Weaving (plus spinning, dyeing, clothing)
World War 2 in Worcester
Cadbury – any items about Richard Cadbury in Worcester, any vintage Cadbury chocolate items
Brewing and pub memorabilia (until 1920) e.g old pub quoits game
Victorian pine table
19th century industry e.g metal working, baking, glove making
Memories/ memorabilia of Friar Street e.g photographs
Mid 20th century medical items e.g small table for school clinic, dentist & school nurse items.
To offer an object, phone Tudor House on either a Wednesday or a Saturday between 10:00 – 16:00 or alternatively, you can email us. Regrettably we don’t have the space for general history items.