Tudor House Museum

Tudor House Museum
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Tudor House was for Tudor weaver clothiers who made and sold the famous Worcester Broadcloth, and over the centuries has been the Cross Keys Inn, a Quaker tearoom and restaurant, a WW2 Air Raid Warden's post and billet office, a school clinic and a museum.
A group of volunteers known as Worcester Heritage & Amenity Trust opened the house in May 2004 as Tudor House Heritage & Education Centre. In December 2015 Tudor House became a fully Accredited Museum. Displays are complemented by a small giftshop and coffee room serving drinks and cakes.

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Opening hours

Wed, Thurs and Sat 10.00-16.00.
Available for school and group visits on other days by arrangement

Closed: Christmas and New Year

Admission charges

Free admission in normal opening hours, but donations are welcome.

Additional info

Sadly, no parking. Easy walking distance from bus and train stops. Access to first floor for those with mobility problems is limited, and wide motorised wheelchairs may not be able to access the tavern on the ground floor due to a narrow door. A DVD of the house is available to watch upon request. Babychanging table and highchairs available. Disabled toilet.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Cadbury Connection

  • 1 June — 1 July 2017 *on now

An exhibition exploring the role of Richard Cadbury in the conscientious objector trials.

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10.00 – 16.00

Suitable for

  • Family friendly



Tudor House Museum
Friar Street




Curator Manager



01905 612309

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