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The Almonry is a beautiful C14th building in the heart of the historic market town of Evesham. Once the home of the Almoner, one of the Benedictine Monks from the Abbey, the Almonry is now the town museum, Tourist Information Centre and gift shop...more
We had been here once before, but that was around 30 years ago, so neither of us could remember much about it.
There are many exhibits, covering the Abbey and the history of Evesham, and even activities for children.
The garden has many larger exhibits,...More
Well worth a visit, excellent value for money. We came on a rainy day so didn't really explore the garden fully, but the museum itself is amazing. So much local history and artefacts. I enjoyed the somewhay quirky arrangement, varying from themed rooms with mannequins...More
Thank Samantha T
Almonry, Manager at Almonry Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 13, 2018
Thank you for your review. We're really pleased you enjoyed your visit. Thanks for the comment about the lack of interpretation in some areas, it is something we will be addressing over the coming months. Hopefully your next visit will be in the...More
We were searching for something to do whilst in the area and discovered this little gem. It is full of history and laid out in a "higgledy piggledy" way which makes it all the more interesting. Lots of different topics are included and the building...More
Thank Sue O
Almonry, Manager at Almonry Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 12, 2018
Thank you for your lovely review. We are really pleased you enjoyed your visit, we agree it is a little gem. Please come back and visit us again, it is even lovelier in the sunshine!
Along with the Regal, this is Eveshams best kept secret venue. Proper old fashioned and traditional museum. Crammed full of interesting items all set in a fantastic well preserved old building. Different themes in each of the higgledy piggledy rooms and levels. Very educational. Covers...More
Thank Elizabeth H
Almonry, Heritage Assistant at Almonry Museum, responded to this reviewResponded March 6, 2018
Thank you Elizabeth for your lovely review. We are really proud of our quirky Almonry & hope top see you again soon. You can follow us on twitter or facebook for the latest on special events and exhibitions throughout the year.