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Hereford Cider Museum

Closed Now: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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Took the children her learned a lot more about apples 🍎 than I ever thought possibly,very... read more

Reviewed September 3, 2018
anniebee51
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Hereford, United Kingdom
A great visual and taste treat

Set in the old Bulmer's factory the national museum of cider gives a highly authoritive... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
JBE46
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Conwy, United Kingdom
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Visit this museum in the heart of Herefordshire and learn about the history of cidermaking. Discover how apples were harvested, milled, pressed and the juice fermented to produce cider. Walk through the fascinating champagne cider cellars and find...more
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Pomona Place, Hereford HR4 0EF, England
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All reviews apple juice cellar area well worth a visit self guided board room small tasting interactive displays gift shop interesting visit well stocked shop two floors own pace interesting information enjoyed our visit per adult wander around lovely staff
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Set in the old Bulmer's factory the national museum of cider gives a highly authoritive presewntation of cider production past and present form pruning of the trees, harvesting the apples through their processing to the blending of the final product and its refinement into sparkling...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is in an old cider factory. Is was once a thriving business premises for Herefords well known cider making industry. Therefore there is a real sence of a work place here. After saying this, there is also plenty of audio a visual displays...More

Thank Craffwr
Reviewed September 21, 2018 via mobile

Myself and wife went later in the day whilst visiting Hereford for a few days,a very interest place all the information old photos,videos machinery everything you can think of to with the process of cider and poeples lives who were involved with this over the...More

1  Thank Peel
Reviewed September 12, 2018

This museum is wonderfully laid out, there is lots to see. My favourite part is the collection of glass-ware. This shows how highly regarded cider has been in the past. You get to go into the actual boardroom historically used by the Bulmer family. The...More

1  Thank coffeetimepep
Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

After we had found the museum we were pleasantly surprised at what you could see and learn. It may not look much from the outside but there is an amazing amount of knowledge and history inside. The staff are very friendly and you get a...More

Thank Barry R
Reviewed September 3, 2018

Took the children her learned a lot more about apples 🍎 than I ever thought possibly,very interesting and informative,great illustrations

Thank anniebee51
Reviewed August 27, 2018

Wonderful thorough introduction to cider production and marketing. Well laid out displays end keen staff. Sadly did not have time to sample the delicious looking scones with cream in the cafe due to other commitments.

Thank David M
Reviewed July 31, 2018

We visited the museum on a Monday. It was quiet but the friendly atmosphere and layout made it a joy. There’s plenty of exhibits well laid out, both about the history and culture of this tipple as well as about the family business that ran...More

Thank Ian L
Reviewed July 30, 2018 via mobile

I went in on a very rainy Saturday morning and was greeted by 2 very friendly faces. The museum is set up very user friendly and was interesting and informative. I learned quite a bit about cider making and the history of the area. There...More

2  Thank Marti M
Reviewed July 20, 2018 via mobile

Friendly, charming staff who allowed us to move tables and chairs outside to accommodate our dog. Knowledgeable about local produce eg Chase distillery. Scones were divine and freshly homemade. Definitely recommend!

2  Thank tripper4fun2016
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macec72
October 22, 2018|
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Hello - I'm afraid it's only service dogs usually, but we like to make the owner and the dog comfortable near the tearoom whilst the rest of the party go round, then swap dog-sitting!
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May 13, 2018|
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Yes it was £5.00 But we was staying at Warners Holme Lacy so only paid £2.50
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Response from ElizabethP3769 | Property representative |
Hello, as we are not a cider producer we offer small samples of three ciders by some of our stockists or apple juice on the day, depending what we are sampling. You can also buy a pint on tap of the cider of the month in the... More
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