What's On

  • Film screening – ‘The Doctor ordered clay’ (1951)

    Thursday 26 March
    7.00 for 7.30pm

    In 1951 the Worcester Porcelain Company commissioned John Stuart to make a film about their ceramic manufacturing process from the mining of the raw materials, through all the forming and decorating processes to the packing…

  • ‘Language of Flowers’ – talk and afternoon tea

    Saturday 15 February
    12.00pm - 2.30pm

    Book a grown-up treat at the Museum with friends and family or your valentine. Learn about the symbolism and folklore behind the beautiful fruits and flowers painted on Worcester porcelain and then enjoy traditional afternoon…

  • Family Creative Workshop – Decorate a mug with transfers

    Thursday 20 February
    10.30am - 12.00pm or
    2.00 - 3.30pm

    Create a unique mug with printed ceramic transfers. Choose from a range of Spring motifs and collage these into your own design which will be fired on for you to collect later. For an additional…

  • Illustrated talk – ‘Fifty shades of Clay’ by John Sandon

    Thursday 27 February
    7.00 for 7.30pm

    John Sandon, well-known from his regular appearances on BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, grew up in the city of Worcester and inherited a love of ceramics from his father, Henry Sandon. He is a recognised expert on…

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    Family Explorer Backpacks

    Every day during opening hours, subject to availability

    Discover the galleries in a hands-on interactive way with our new Family Explorer Backpacks – choose your adventure from ‘Kings and Queens’ or ‘Safari’ themes, get your kit on, track down clues, bring your creativity…

  • Meet and watch skilled Artist

    Tony began his career at Royal Worcester and has been an artist all his working life.  After leaving school he became an apprentice at the world famous Worcester Studios and in 1971 was named ‘best…

  • Meet and watch Flower-Maker

    Former Royal Worcester flower-maker Avril Pulley can usually be found working in the galleries on Tuesdays. Avril started work at Royal Worcester in 1967 making china flowers with Cornish clay. She made life size flowers…