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.

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Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturdays 11:00am - 1:30pm

Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Covid restrictions currently in place:
 maximum of 6 visitors allowed at any one time,

use of hand sanitiser, wearing of face coverings and  NHS Track & Trace details

(via NHS App or a self-filled information sheet) 

New displays are on view for 2021

Free Admission but donations are most welcome

Take the opportunity to purchase a historical copy of the Tenbury Advertiser.

Our popular History Talks will re-commence on Thursday 1st July – more details to follow


To find out more about our collection visit us at Cross Street, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15 8EF 


or contact us via:
Email: info@tenburymuseum.org.uk
Telephone: 07722 820983

Please note only answered during opening hours