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Open Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, 10am-4pm. Join our award-winning volunteer team! Certificate of Excellence 2017.

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Music, stories and history at the museum this summer! Visit our events page for details of concerts, storytelling and gruesome trails…

Upcoming Events

Admission is FREE to all visitors – thanks to our volunteers, Friends group and donors. Find out more ways to support and get involved here!

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If you love history and want to make a difference, please support us to help us maintain Tudor House and its history.

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Tudor House Museum, Worcester, England

Tudor House is a beautiful 16th century building full of unique features and fascinating stories, situated in Worcester’s oldest (and prettiest) street. Take a trip back in time to discover the people who lived here, their lives and experiences; from the original weavers in the 1500s, via the seedy tavern of the 1700s, through to Richard Cadbury in the 1900s. Explore over 400 years of past industries and city history.

After your visit, why not sit and refresh yourself in our vintage-style coffee shop? Browse the gift shop and discover more about family activities, events and workshops throughout the year. Group and education visits on request.

New for 2018!

Our ever-popular and oversubscribed Hidden Spaces Tours have expanded, thanks to demand. For more information, click this link…

Also on this site, find out more about our award-winning volunteer team, our nomination for the national Family Friendly Museum Award in 2017, and our Friends scheme. Sign up for our e-newsletter here!

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THM Logo Support Tudor House

Tudor House Museum remains open to the public thanks to the generosity of donors, individual and business. You can also help support us in a variety of ways: whilst you shop, by volunteering some time, by becoming a Friend, or...

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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...

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