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All reviews county museum well worth a visit picnic area olden days interesting history lovely cafe talking pictures great place to visit cider press on display craft activities summer holidays return next year visited today senior citizens all ages state rooms
The main house is really interesting, the videos that lead you through the house are good but in places a little too long. It's strange to expect visitors to want to stand in front of a screen for ten minutes or even longer in some...More
This was the home of the Bishops of Worcester for hundreds of years. One of our guides was the wife of the last Bishop who lived in the castle. It isn’t actually a castle just a stately home. We had 2 very knowledgeable guides who...More
This is a magical place to visit and isn’t on everyone’s radar as it is run by the village trust as opposed to the National Trust. It’s well worth a visit. The gardens provide excellent walks and scenery. The museum has something for everyone with...More
Visited sometime ago , but this museum is really a hidden gem. You walk from room to room and say wow , I remember that, or my grandad did that. So just stroll around then look at the old horse drawn caravans and see how...More
A trip to Hartlebury Castle was not high on my visit list ....... How wrong I was this was truly inspirational from the talking pictures through to the secret rooms and beyond. The term " Castle " is perhaps a bit misleading as it is...More
The Museum, formerly the country residence of the Bishops' of Worcester has recently expanded since the Bishop of Worcester vacated. The visitor can be amazed at the early 15th century great hall with its historic portraits of its clergical residents, plus historic furniture with fine...More
Although we went without the children it would be a fantastic place to visit with children. The story being told through the picture frame videos is a fantastic way to take people back in time and in nearly every Tom there is a hands on...More
The castle is very impressive - really imaginative how the information is presented. The renovation has been done wonderfully well. The grounds are a work in progress, the work done so far makes you think the grounds will be very attractive in years to come....More
Response from museummanager | Property representative |
Hi. I am pleased to let you know that the Castle now welcomes dogs. Dogs (on leads) are allowed around the Castle gardens and grounds including our moatside walk (but not allowed inside the Castle). Owners needs to purchase... More
Hi. I am pleased to let you know that the Castle now welcomes dogs. Dogs (on leads) are allowed around the Castle gardens and grounds including our moatside walk (but not allowed inside the Castle). Owners needs to purchase a Grounds Only ticket. Thank you.