We are delighted to be reopening our spacious galleries safely from 16th July 2020 with social distancing and hygiene measures in place.
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We are currently reserving 10-10.45am entry slots for Over-60s.
Discover some of the earliest porcelain made in Britain dating from 1751 and see how tastes and habits changed from Georgian to Victorian times and into the 20th Century with wartime and the invention of oven-to-tableware. Take the free audio tour to learn more.
Interactive exhibits invite all generations to discover more about this history of ceramic design, innovation and skill in Worcester that was transported all over the world. Families can take a themed adventure through the Museum with trails and magnifying glasses for little (and big) detectives – ask at reception.
Locally-run Good Roots cafe is back open opposite the Museum for drinks and cakes with social distancing measures in place. We’re minutes from the historic centre of Worcester with its cathedral, independent shops, and riverside walks along the Severn.