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. Our museum is a registered charity, and is run entirely by enthusiastic and helpful unpaid volunteers.
21 March-31 October
Mon-Sun by appt
Closed Wed during term time
Archaeology, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Natural Sciences, Archives, Science and Technology, Social History
Malvern Museum of Local History - First World War Centenary events and exhibitions
- 25 March 2014 — 31 October 2018 *on now
Malvern Museum has begun its programme of exhibitions and activities to commemorate the momentous years of the Great War as it affected the inhabitants of the Malvern area.
Visitors receive a replica 1915 National Registration card, which gives brief details of one of 20 individuals who lived in Malvern at the outbreak of war. Visitors will discover what happened to them in a fuller description found in the last display room where other Great War events can be seen.
New exhibitions will appear in July which will remember the bravery of the Belgian refugees who poured into Malvern from September 1914 onwards, and give visitors a glimpse into the excitement and confusion caused by the outbreak of war. Children will be able to dress up as Tommies and nurses.
The first of five books exploring the impact of the Great War on the ordinary lives of Malvern inhabitants will be available to buy from August 2014. Tickets: Adults £2; 7-18 50p; under 7 free
- Family friendly
The Abbey Gateway
01684 567 811