Tudor House is a unique slice of Tudor life in the heart of historic Worcester, run almost entirely by volunteers, who stepped in to take over the running of the museum when it was threatened with closure.Plan to visit Tudor House Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Worcester attractions using our Worcester online trip maker.
Built in the early 1500s for a local cloth maker, it is now a FREE museum where you can explore the different aspects of life in the city, watch textile demonstrations, discover how the Tudors would have lived and get involved with keeping the city’s heritage alive.
Seat yourself in the 17th Century tavern or nose around the 16th Century bedroom, peak in at the ARPs office or refresh yourself in our charming coffee shop, inspired by Richard Cadbury’s work here. Tudor House brings the lost stories of Worcester’s history to life!
Open Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Tudor House Museum reviews
Lovely little place for a tea cake and pot of tea. Excellent value. They have a great selection of knitted tea cosies on offer along with the usual tourist items.
Lovely little place for a tea cake and pot of tea. Excellent value. They have a great selection of knitted tea cosies on offer along with the usual tourist items. more »
This was great very fun spooky and cool big shout out to our tour guide (Winfred) who was very funny(and spooky lol) we will defo be returning again !
This was great very fun spooky and cool big shout out to our tour guide (Winfred) who was very funny(and spooky lol) we will defo be returning again ! more »
It was free to enter when I visited with my 17 year old son. There is a lot to see across the five rooms over two floors. The building itself is a beautiful Tudor building that, like the area around it, defies the fact that it's in the middle of a city. It was interesting to read about Worcester's history. It is free to enter but there are donation boxes if you wanted to make a donation. There is also a little cafe there (I didn't go in there so can't comment on it). Tudor House Museum has a lot of narrow stairs so may be difficult/impossible for those with physical disabilities. However, the downstairs parts are accessible (although not very spacious).
A fine museum of the history of Worcester. Something about how people lived, how they worked, what they ate, how children were schooled. Friendly and knowledgeable volunteers to answer questions.
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