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Museum of Carpet Kidderminster
#1 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
It's important that we keep these museums going to give future generations the chance to see the good things that England has produced.
I can unreservedly recommend the pre-booked guided tour of the Museum, which greatly enhances the visitor experience, and the whole visit is very reasonably priced.
Bewdley Museum Bewdley
#2 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
Quaint and traditional; you feel as if you are stepping back in time to a point where museums were in their prime and were enjoyed by old and young alike.
I wish all volunteers in other similar museums were so good!
Tudor House Museum Worcester
#3 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The staff always make you feel welcome and have such a knowledge of the museum, it would put a lot of the bigger museums to shame.
An excellent journey into the past.Nostalga and memories by the bucket load.A lovely compact museum, with very well informed staff,Make it part of a visit to Worcester which has some very interesting buildings,a w...
#4 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
This has to be one of the best museums we have ever visited!
The buildings are varied, the guides knowledgeable and friendly and the whole site well maintained and it's a pleasure walking around such a pleasant museum drinking in the history.
#5 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The museum is absolutely fascinating and the cottage is a gem surrounded by a beautiful cottage garden.
Set in an enchanting quiet road (easy to find from central Worcester by following signs to the Elgar Birthplace Museum), with ample parking, this is likely to be a place of pilgrimage for anyone interested in Elgar.
#6 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The museum has a fascinating history of the production of Royal Worcester from the most exquisite products down to humdrum items during the two World Wars.
A few steps from the cathedral will bring you to the superb Museum of Royal Worcester.
#7 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
When stepping into the living area it felt so warm and homely rather than like a museum.
This museum appears rather innocuous, but it is very historic.
#8 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
There are large parklands very large museums and arranged in sections.
The forge mill is great for all ages they do special events you can go round the museum there are walks along the river places for children to play you Ann get food there it's just beautiful day out you can spend...
Almonry Museum Evesham
#9 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
This museum is a little gem, the staff are very welcoming but leave you to enjoy the museum at your own pace.
A beautifully kept and informative museum, children love it to.
Regal Cinema Tenbury Wells
#10 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
#11 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
... centenary of the Birmingham number 1 bus route, a fleet of 6 Birmingham buses of various ages took passengers along the route towards Birmingham City Centre for a photo opportunity before returning to the museum.
We have visited the transport museum a number of times with our son who thoroughly enjoys the range of buses and milk floats.
Drakelow Tunnels Kidderminster
#12 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
A group of wonderful volunteers are doing their best to preserve these 3.5 miles of tunnels which have been used as a shadow factory, a cold war museum and a nuclear bunker.
Will definitely revisit when the museum is up and running!
#13 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
There is always a range of activities going on and couple the activity programme with a very varied museum, you will find that there is plenty to do all day long.
I was truly amazed by my visit to this wonderful museum.
#14 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
Lovely balcony cafe which has big homemade portion sizes with reasonable prices and the art & museum showcases the wonders of Worcester along with proving a wide range of excellent events A must see of historical...
We chanced upon the museum and art gallery where we had a delicious lunch - I recommend the feta cheese, sweet potato and pine nut pasty and the chocolate and banana cake.
The Commandery Worcester
#15 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
A brilliant mix of a contemporary visuals used in more modern museums eschewing the clutter you might expect with such a subject matter as a civil war.
The museum has hands on activities as well as plenty of visual displays and talks offered by volunteers who are very passionate and knowledgeable about their subjects.
#16 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The RAF Defford Museum tells the story of RAF Defford in a variety of ways, from a video introduction which gives a very good overview, to some fascinating artefacts from WW II and some displays which tell the sto...
Very interesting little museum with fascinating artefacts, film clips and audio stories.
#17 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
After going on train to bridgenorth and back we got into Kidderminster about 5.15ish the restaurant was closed so we came in here as it's also a tea room what a brilliant little gem of a museum lots of great memor...
Excellent museum and cafe on the SVR station.
Bevere Gallery Worcester
#18 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
#19 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
One of the best small museums we have ever visited.
One of the better local museums I've been to.
The Infirmary Worcester
#20 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
Excellent medical museum, visit made all the more interesting by our wonderfully informative guide Chris.
Whether you were a patient, or a visitor, or a member of staff at either the WRI or Powick Hospital, there will be something in the museum that will jog memories and intrigue you.
#21 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The Tudor House Museum Upton upon Severn
#22 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The Tudor House museum is all set in just what the name says, in the centre of the town this building has fulfilled many purposes during it's history now it is a very interesting museum with collections from Tudor...
While a small charge is made, if you have enjoyed your visit, you may like to consider a further donation in order to help this museum continue to grow with further purchases and developments
#23 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
a real treat on a rainy day: the museum is a fascinating mix of all things Bromsgrove, and very informative around the Bromsgrove Guild, nailmaking, and salt.
An excellent small museum near the town centre, well worth popping in for an hour or so.
#24 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
The collection of the late doctor and surgeon, George Marshall, is well laid out with one topic per display cabinet, in a clear and logical progression as you go through the museum, with an apothecary and a Victor...
This is a really well organised specialist Museum devoted to the history of Medicine up to early 20th Century.
Churchill Forge Churchill
#25 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
Pump Rooms Tenbury Wells
#26 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
#27 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
But it is not just another "boring town museum".
#28 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire
Military Wireless Museum Kidderminster
#30 of 32 Museums in Worcestershire