Housed in a small Victorian school, Goff's School, Tenbury Wells Museum aims to give a flavour of the development of the market town and surrounding district of Tenbury Wells, allegedly described by Queen Victoria as her ‘Little Town in the Orchard’.
Come and explore our varied collections to discover more about the
domestic and rural life of the area through objects, images and sound.
Throughout the year we also host an interesting programme of talks
Tuesday 2nd April till Thursday 31st October 2024
Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am - 1pm
May Day, Spring & Summer Bank Holidays 11am - 1pm
Closed Sundays & Mondays
ASSISTANCE DOGS WELCOME
All other dogs permitted at Steward's discretion
(one, small to medium sized on lead)
The Museum is a charity run by a dedicated team of volunteers and relies solely on public donations to ensure the survival of its collections.
If you would like to make a donation, become a member or are willing to volunteer for a couple of hours per month, we'd love to hear from you.
Please note the historic Pump Room is
managed by Tenbury Town Council
To find out more about the museum and its collection visit us at:
Goff's School, Cross Street, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15 8EF
or make contact via:
Instagram, Facebook & Messenger: @tenburymuseum
Telephone: 07361 701804 only answered during opening times