‘Tudor House: Reading history through architecture’ will take you on a guided tour of the museum’s lesser known spaces, including Georgian attics and medieval basements, usually off-limits to visitors. Immerse yourself in Worcester’s fascinating heritage and take away memories that will change the way you think and feel about history. For more information, visit our Events page!
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm. Last entry to coffee shop 3.30pm.
Tudor House is free to visit for all ages, but we do welcome donations! Donations help us raise the £50,000 annually that we need to keep the museum open.
Events, workshops, out-of-hours tours, school and group visits, and craft activities are priced individually.
We welcome assistance dogs.
The Coffee Shop (as it was known during Cadbury ownership in the 1900s) is an excellent place to stop and recharge after your visit! We serve a range of teas, filter coffee and soft drinks, with toasted teacakes, scones and cakes to tempt you. All served on vintage china.
Our tea cosies are famous throughout the city! Hand-knitted by volunteers in quirky and original designs, they are the perfect gift. We also stock souvenirs, pocket money toys, books and postcards.
Tudor House is perfect for a family visit with dressing up and games for children to play throughout the year. The Tobias Rat trail guides younger visitors through the museum – ask at entry for more information.
There are high chairs, buggy parking and baby changing facilities on-site. We can heat up baby formula or food on request. Breast and bottle feeding are permitted anywhere on the Museum grounds.
Craft and activity packs are available during school holidays, and we run a series of family friendly events throughout the year. Please view our events page for more information.