Tudor House Museum – Historical House
Friar Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2NA
Explore the lost history of a house and city when you visit this beautiful example of Tudor architecture and discover how it has adapted and changed over the centuries from a home for weavers to an ARP office, via tavern and coffee shop!
Tudor House is a beautiful early 16th century building full of unique features and fascinating stories, situated in Worcester’s oldest (and prettiest) street, where you can take a trip back in time to discover the people who lived here, their lives and experiences. 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 notorious tavern of the 1700s, through to Richard Cadbury in the 1900s. Explore over 400 of past industries and city history, and uncover lost stories.
There are regular weaving demonstrations, events and activities for all ages and, new for 2018, special Hidden Architecture tours.
After your visit, why not sit and refresh yourself in our vintage-style coffee shop? Browse the gift shop and discover more about the dedicated volunteer team who saved the museum from closure! Group and education visits on request.
- Accepts groups
- Baby changing facilities
- Building of historical interest
- Children welcome
- Coach parties accepted
- Coach parties welcomed
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
- Facilities for educational visits
- Facilities for groups
- Free Entry
- French signs/guides
- German signs/guides
- Gift shop
- High chairs available
- Italian signs/guides
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets
- Smoking not allowed
- Spanish signs/guides