Hartlebury Castle - Home of Worcestershire County
A print of how the castle appeared in the 18th century. The land
at Hartlebury has been a possession of the bishops of Worcester
since 854 AD. It is known that bishops have resided here
since the 1200s. The last bishop lived in the south wing (to the
left) until 2007, and the County Museum is in the north wing (to
the right). The middle range is taken up by the State Rooms – the
Great Hall, Saloon and the Hurd Library.
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This page was last reviewed 11 July 2011 at 14:53 by Sarah Chapman.