Museums Worcestershire comprises three fantastic venues
– The County Museum at Hartlebury Castle, Worcester City Art
Gallery & Museum and the Commandery.
The collections and exhibitions at our sites are many and
varied, covering centuries of the county's history right up to the
present day. Thousands of objects, including the historic
buildings themselves, are brought to life through innovative
exhibitions and events throughout the year.
Volunteering with Museums Worcestershire
Learn more about the wonders of Worcestershire and how we used to
live through fascinating objects, exhibitions and events.
Contemporary and historic art exhibitions as well as fascinating
objects illustrating the history of the City
Visit this impressive historic building and discover its varied
history, from its beginnings as a monastic hospital through the
Civil War and up to present day.
News from Museums Worcestershire...
On Sunday 14 June as a part of The Commandery's 'Year of Liberty and Democracy' Worcester is joining in with the national programme of LiberTeas with a LiberTea at The Commandery and Fort Royal Park
Way of the Warrior: Epic Movie Arms and Armour Exhibition Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum 13 June to 5 September 2015
Worcester's historic Commandery will be stepping back almost 400 years to celebrate Oak Apple Day in style on Saturday 30 May, 10am – 5pm.
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