Housed in a small Victorian school, Goff's School, Tenbury Museum aims to give a flavour of the development of the market town and district of Tenbury Wells, allegedly described by Queen Victoria as her ‘Little Town in the Orchard’.
Come and explore our many and varied collections, including the fascinating Tenbury Wells Advertisers and discover more about the domestic and rural life of the area through objects, images and sound
We also present a varied and interesting programme of talks.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Unfortunately, the measures necessary to make Tenbury Museum a covid-secure venue made its opening impractical. The museum committee therefore decided not to open the museum during 2020.
We wish to extend our thanks to all our volunteers and members for their dedication and support during these difficult times. Subject to Government restrictions, we hope to reopen and welcome back visitors in late Spring 2021.
WE REGRET TO ALSO ADVISE THAT THE PUMP ROOMS WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE DUE TO DAMAGED CAUSED BY THE 2020 FEBRUARY FLOODS.
Please keep checking back here for the next opening date.
To find out more about our collection visit us at
Cross Street, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15 8EF
Usual Opening Hours:
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11:00am – 1:30pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays 2:00pm – 4:00pm
PLEASE SEE INFORMATION ABOVE RE: COVID
or contact us via:
Telephone: 07722 820983
Please note only answered during opening hours