Visit Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle and discover over 1000 years of history!
Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle offers lots of great activities for children, especially throughout the school holidays. The museum also holds a fantastic programme of special events and family activity days throughout the year.
From costume to caravans, travel to toys there really is something for everyone at Worcestershire County Museum. Learn more about this fascinating county, explore the past through room sets and real historical objects and discover just what life was like for our ancestors. A nature reserve, fabulous cafe and well stocked gift shop all add up to a great day out.
The County Museum at Hartlebury, housed in the former home of the Bishops of Worcester, is a fascinating place to explore. In the museum galleries you can discover social history, toys through time, travel & transport and the intriguing story of Worcestershire's past. Visitors can also see room sets such as the schoolroom and scullery, which are regularly brought to life by visiting schoolchildren and period rooms that focus on the Victorian and Civil War eras.
Mondays (except Bank Holidays) and Good Friday
|Saturdays, Sundays and
Bank Holiday Mondays
*Last entry at 4pm
Prices shown are a Day Pass for the Whole Site. Grounds Only tickets are available on non-event days. Annual passes are also available for individuals and families
|Family Ticket||£26 (admits 2 adults & 2 children)|
A whole site annual family pass is available for £45 and offers great value for money
For details call phone number 01299 250416.