Ashmolean Museum Broadway, The
Tudor House, High Street
Broadway WR12 7DP
The Ashmolean has worked in close partnership with Worcestershire County Council, other local organisations, and the Keil family, to transform a historic building in the Cotswold village of Broadway, Worcestershire, into this new independent museum.
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings
Bromsgrove B60 4JR
Avoncroft Museum of Historic buildings is an award-winning museum spanning 700 years of Midlands' heritage set in a stunning rural location over 19 acres. Our collection includes a windmill, a Tudor town house and a fully furnished prefab. The museum was England's first ever open-air museum and is no home to 30 exhibits of architectural and historic significance that have been rescued from destruction or demolition and rebuilt at Avoncroft.
Bewdley DY12 2AE
Objects associated with local crafts - pewter and brass, rope making, charcoal burning and woodland crafts. Social history objects,clothing and domestic implements.
Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre & Forge Mill Needle Museum
Needle Mill Lane, Riverside
Redditch B98 8HY
The Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre, which is set in an original reconstructed 16th century barn, shows many of the finds that have been excavated over the years, and consists of a purpose built heritage centre with outer courtyard. The exhibits show what archaeologists have discovered about the life of the Cistercian monks of Bordesley - from how they worshiped, to the clothes they wore, and the illnesses they suffered.
Droitwich Spa Heritage Centre
St Richard's House, Victoria Square
Droitwich Spa WR9 8DS
The Droitwich Spa Heritage and Information Centre is housed on the former Brine Baths site, which was first established in the 1880s.
Elgar Birthplace Museum
Crown East Lane
Lower Broadheath WR2 6RH
The Elgar Birthplace Museum gives a fascinating insight in to the life and music, family and friends, development and inspirations of Sir Edward Elgar, one of England's greatest composers. Visit the country cottage where he was born on 2nd June 1857 and the newly redeveloped Elgar Centre and Jubilee Family Garden.
Fleece Inn, The - National Trust
Nr Evesham WR11 5JE
The black-and-white half-timbered house, which originally sheltered a farmer and his stock under the same roof, is largely unaltered since first becoming a licensed house in 1848.
Forge Mill Needle Museum & Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre
Needle Mill Lane, Riverside
Redditch B98 8HY
The Forge Mill Needle Museum is an industrial museum of the Redditch needle making and fishing tackle industries, housed in the original mill buildings. It features water-powered working machinery in a unique needle scouring mill. The Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre, which is set in an original reconstructed 16th century barn, shows many of the finds that have been excavated over the years, and consists of a purpose built heritage centre with outer courtyard. The exhibits show what archaeologists have discovered about the life of the Cistercian monks of Bordesley.
George Marshall Medical Museum
Charles Hastings Education Centre, Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Charles Hastings Way
Worcester WR5 1DD
The museum illustrates the history of medicine, nursing and the associated health care professions, with particular reference to Worcester and the surrounding area. It contains 500 items of equipment including a reconstructed 19th-century operating theatre, apothecary's shop and death masks believed to be of hanged criminals.
Gordon Russell Design Museum
15 Russell Square
Broadway WR12 7AP
The Gordon Russell Museum is housed in the Grade-II-listed workshop used by Russell and his furniture company in Broadway, Worcestershire between 1920 and 2000. It charts the work, lives and success of the company throughout the 20th century and displays a unique collection of furniture, decorative art and archival material.
University Of Worcester, City Campus, Castle Street, Worcester, WR1 3AS, United Kingdom
Worcester WR1 3AS
An interactive exhibition at the University of Worcester's City Campus combining history, science, art and technology to explore the medical stories of one of England's oldest infirmaries. Collections: Displays incorporate the collections of the George Marshall Medical Museum, also in Worcester, and include medical, surgical and nursing equipment, archives, photographs, uniforms and other associated paraphernalia of the last 250 years.
Kidderminster Railway Museum
Station Approach, Comberton Hill
Kidderminster DY10 1QX
The Kidderminster Railway Museum houses a vast range of railway artefacts, most of which date back to the days of steam travel. From pen nibs to clocks, from signs to signalling equipment, from photographs to timetables and rolling stock, there is a vast amount to see. The collections are housed in a warehouse built by the Great Western Railway in 1878.
Lace Guild Museum, The
The Hollies, 53 Audnam
Stourbridge DY8 4AE
The Lace Guild's collection contains over 16,000 objects - lace of all kinds, bobbins, shuttles, netting needles, threads and much more - all recorded on a database. See the website for details of open days and exhibitions.
The Abbey Gateway, Abbey Road
Great Malvern WR14 3ES
We are a small, friendly museum, located in the centre of Great Malvern within 5 minutes walk of Malvern Priory and the Tourist information Centre. Dinosaurs, Victorian scenes, a Water Cure patient and an observation bee hive are just some of the experiences our visitors enjoy.
Museum of Carpet
Stour Vale Mill, Green Street
Kidderminster DY10 1AZ
A new museum looking at the world famous carpet industry of Kidderminster along side stories of wealth, poverty and ingenuity of the people who created the carpets. Come and visit us for a fantastic experience, lots for the family and a wonderful gift shop to browse.
Museum of Royal Worcester
Worcester WR1 2ND
The Worcester Porcelain Museum houses the world's largest collection of Worcester Porcelain. The ceramic collections, archives and records of factory production, form the primary resource for the study of Worcester porcelain and its history.
Museum of the Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry
City Museum and Art Gallery, Foregate Street
Worcester WR1 1DT
The museum of the Worcestershire Yeomanry is housed within the City Art Gallery and Museum. The collections are the property of the Worcestershire Yeomanry Museum Trust, which maintains close links with the successor regiment, the Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry, but are managed by Worcester City Museums.
c/o 128 Worcester Road
Droitwich Spa WR9 8AW
The Droitwich Spa Heritage and Information Centre is housed on the former Brine Baths site, which was first established in the 1880s. The permanent exhibition shows the fascinating story of the town from pre-Roman times to modern day. Excavations in the town have revealed much about early Droitwich and its salt industry; many of these remains are in excellent condition. The salt industry is traced, using displays and many old photographs, through Roman, Saxon and medieval periods and finally the Victorian era.
Goff's School, Cross Street
Tenbury Wells WR15 8EF
Tenbury and District Museum is housed in the old Goff's School building. In this single room we have numerous exhibits illustrating the local history and way of life.
Transport Museum, Wythall, The
Wythall B47 6JX
The museum has three halls which accommodate one of the most significant collections of preserved buses in the country. It has the largest collection of preserved Midland Red buses and can probably make the same claim for Birmingham City Transport.
Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Worcester WR1 1DT
Housed in a beautiful Victorian building in the heart of Worcester, the City Art Gallery & Museum runs a lively programme of exhibitions, activities and events for all the family. The gallery presents a changing programme of contemporary art and craft exhibitions.
Worcestershire County Museum
Hartlebury Castle, Hartlebury
Kidderminster DY11 7XZ
Worcestershire County Museum is housed in historic Hartlebury Castle, home to the Bishops of Worcester for 1000 years.
Worcestershire Regiment Museum
Worcester WR1 1DT
On display are artefacts from the regiment, its predecessors the Worcestershire Regiment and the 29th and 36th of Foot along with the Militia and Volunteer Units of Worcestershire.