Tudor House has had a varied life in the five centuries since it was built. It has been used as a work place for weavers, clothiers, tailors, bakers, painters, brewers and was used as lodgings, the Cross Keys Inn, a tearoom and restaurant, a WW2 air raid wardens' post and billet office, a school clinic and a museum.
A group of volunteers known as Worcester Heritage & Amenity Trust opened the doors in May 2004 to keep the building available to the public as Tudor House Heritage & Education Centre. Displays of local history, crafts and culture over several rooms are complemented by a shop and coffee room serving drinks and cakes.
Historic house or home
Throughout the year Wed and Sat 10.00-16.00 and on some bank holidays.
Available for school and adult party visits on other days by arrangement
Closed: Christmas and New Year
Free admission in normal opening hours, but donations are welcome.
Tudor House is run entirely by volunteers and our facilities are small scale. Please contact us by email if you need any special facilities and we will endeavour to make the right staff available to provide them.