Tudor House Museum

(Worcestershire Museums and Arts)

Friar Street
01905 612309


Tudor House is celebrating 15 years in 2019 with a host of events, activities and workshops designed to spark your curiosity, as we welcome the Year of the Curious Museum! In 2004, Worcester Heritage & Amenity Trust took on the lease of the building and opened with little more than a kettle and determination to succeed. Since then it has grown from strength to strength, won awards for its volunteers and was shortlisted in 2017 for the national Family Friendly Museum Award.

Tudor House exterior

Situated on Friar Street, the oldest and prettiest street in Worcester, the building dates from the mid 1550s and is a stunning example of Tudor architecture, little changed since those times, with original features still on show.

Visitors can discover the hidden histories of Worcester by visiting, chatting to our friendly room guides, taking part in a trail or attending one of our lively and varied events. We have a welcoming cafe for you to refresh yourself after your visit.
Tudor House is an independent, free to enter museum, run almost entirely by volunteers. Donations welcome!


The museum is open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10am to 4pm. Out of hours tours and school visits by arrangement.

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