As a Worcester Locksmith, we go to many places and see many things. Here are a few amazing places to see if you are looking for some fun. And don’t forget to call us if you need a locksmith in town.

 

tudor house museum
Photo Courtesey of: Sue Fiander

Tudor House Museum

Address: Friar St, Worcester WR1 2NA, UK

Main Phone: 01905 612309

Visit the Tudor House Museum Website

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Latitude: 52.19

Longitude: -2.2188889

Did you know that Tudor House Museum rates 4.6/5 based on 205 total ratings?

Reviews for Tudor House Museum
Beverley Cooper

Beverley Cooper

5/5

a week ago

Very interesting history about three houses (two to tour) on Friar Street Worcester, with most informative welcome (although you self-guide). Lovely tea room with china cups, a nice change from modern mugs!

Sandra McFadden

Sandra McFadden

5/5

2 weeks ago

Fantastic little find, free entry, donations welcome don’t be tight😀. Chaps there have lots of knowledge. Fantastic structure, awesome to be in a building so well preserved, over 500yrs old👍

Sue Fiander

Sue Fiander

5/5

a month ago

Excellent place to browse around. Fascinated by the history of the place and its various uses through the years. Nice tea rooms. Friendly staff who are extremely knowledgeable about the buildings. Would highly recommend this as a place to visit

the commandery
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The Commandery

Address: Sidbury, Worcester WR1 2HU, UK

Main Phone: 01905 361821

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Latitude: 52.187563

Longitude: -2.217126

Did you know that The Commandery rates 4.5/5 based on 302 total ratings?

Reviews for The Commandery
C B

C B

5/5

3 weeks ago

A great few hours to spend with the children learning about this fantastic building through the ages. It cost us £20 for a family ticket of 4 which we felt was quiet reasonable. Our 12 year old enjoyed it, but our 5 year old lost interest. It involves a lot of reading the info which our little one got a bit bored of. But we still enjoyed our time there! We also found the staff very friendly 🙂

Molly Milf

Molly Milf

4/5

7 months ago

What a wonderful cafe. It was busy but expected during the Christmas period. They also did explain there would be a wait. The coffee was tasty fresh and lovely. The cheese and red onion toastie was the best ever. Thick brown poppy seed slices, loads of cheese and onion, absolutely gorgeous. The service was fun and friendly, busy inside and outside but everyone prepared to wait which says it all. Definitely recommend.

Molly M

Molly M

4/5

8 months ago

Visited the cafe just after Christmas. It was open and very busy which was a good sign. It was a short wait but worth it for the fabulous coffee and best onion and cheese toastie I have ever had. Thick fresh brown bread, loads of filling, perfect. The service was very friendly and I will definitely make a point of visiting when I am back in the city.

national trust greyfriars house and garden
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National Trust – Greyfriars House and Garden

Address: Friar St, Worcester WR1 2LZ, UK

Main Phone: 01905 23571

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Latitude: 52.190475

Longitude: -2.2190662

Did you know that National Trust – Greyfriars House and Garden rates 4.5/5 based on 288 total ratings?

Reviews for National Trust – Greyfriars House and Garden
Antony Dyson

Antony Dyson

5/5

2 weeks ago

A little gem in the centre of Worcester. Before the tour, had a nice cream tea in the gardens (£5.50). Steve took us on the tour and his knowledge was excellent. Tour took about 1 hour. Well worth a visit even if you’re not doing the tour and just stopping for a drink, nicer surroundings to sit and relax than the usual coffee chains.

steven hanks

steven hanks

5/5

a week ago

Greyfriars is a timber framed house in the heart of Worcester. Via a pre booked tour you can investigate this warren of family living, crossing the centuries, or sit in the tea room or garden, and enjoy a few moments of quiet reflection (even though the garden wall backs on to the busy ring road, you would never know.) The staff are friendly and well informed on the house, if you are in the city a visit is recommended, even more so if you have time to enjoy a cream tea.

Sharon Angus-Crawshaw

Sharon Angus-Crawshaw

5/5

2 months ago

Amazing guided tour of this beautiful house and garden. It’s not what it seems and our knowledgeable guide Joe gave a comprehensive history lesson- and shared some great stories about the people who had created the house you see today. People can access the garden and cafe without charge at the moment.

the infirmary museum
Photo Courtesey of: Roger Fownes

The Infirmary Museum

Address: University of Worcester, City Campus, Castle Street, Worcester WR1 3AS, UK

Main Phone: 01905 542373

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Latitude: 52.1958496

Longitude: -2.2262474

Did you know that The Infirmary Museum rates 4.2/5 based on 48 total ratings?

Reviews for The Infirmary Museum
AssumedTiger

AssumedTiger

5/5

a month ago

Very nice museum

martin whipp

martin whipp

3/5

a year ago

Lots of interactive items which didn’t work. A bit of a let down. Otherwise generally ok and worth a wonder.

The Life Cover Experts

The Life Cover Experts

5/5

3 years ago

Hugely impressive and an asset to our lovely town. Knowledgeable staff in regards to the history. So much learned on our recent visit. Worth a look you will enjoy it. Thanks again guys x

worcester cathedral
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Worcester Cathedral

Address: 8 College Yard, Worcester WR1 2LA, UK

Main Phone: 01905 732900

Visit the Worcester Cathedral Website

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Latitude: 52.1887259

Longitude: -2.2207065

Did you know that Worcester Cathedral rates 4.7/5 based on 2421 total ratings?

Reviews for Worcester Cathedral
aaron mcdermott

aaron mcdermott

4/5

11 months ago

Always go when we go to Worcester. Largely closed off though at the moment.

mark ashmore

mark ashmore

5/5

12 months ago

All cathedrals built around this time look the same, like weworks…

Ann Roberts

Ann Roberts

5/5

3 weeks ago

I’ve been here twice before, during my younger days, but going as a mature adult, I saw it in a complete new light. Worcester Cathedral has plenty to offer, stained glass windows, caskets, and cloisters, but the Norman Crypt was certainly my favourite. Energy resonates, through the walls, through the ceiling, through the pillars, and through the prayers, of the old monks, whose spirits continue to roam the crypt. This area certainly still belongs to them, so please be as mindful and respectful as you possibly can, if/when entering their ‘home’.