The Tudor House Museum
16 Church Street, Worcestershire, WR8 0HT
Upton past & present, exhibits of local history. Ceramics, clothes, photos etc. “Staffordshire Blue” and local pottery. Lovely garden. Educational – schools welcome. Pre-booked coach parties (50 people at a time).
Founded in the 1990s by Lavender and Mark Beard,the Museum is now a charity. See how Mr Walton, the tailor, worked in Upton, admire the linen and buttons in the Victorian Bedroom. wonder at the equipment in and around the kitchen. Se the relics of wartime Upton, admire the collection of early glassware, wonder at the equipment and ingenuity of the doctors and chemists in time past. There is a watercolour of Upton’s brick works glowing at night. A large collection of photographs and exhibits of Uptonians at work and play: the railway and pubs, boats and pageants. Lavender and Mark’s collection of “Staffordshire Blue” is significant and their own pottery is on display as well.
- Accepts groups
- Children welcome
- Picnic site
- Public toilets
- Smoking not allowed