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Only found out about this place by chance,and what a find it was.Tucked away down a picturesque country lane.The staff were welcoming and knowledgeable,and so much to see,One of the most comprehensive Transport collections I have seen,together with beautifully decorated Gypsy caravans.Even had a pair...More
Most children would enjoy looking at the old vehicles & wooden caravans exhibited..very nostalgic and interesting....plenty of lovely well preserved items/toys etc on display outdoor & indoor cabinets..old classroom-desks etc...which my granddaughter found funny...thats how it was in my day!...
Lovely cafe,tad expensive for what...More
Visited today with my brother. We had senior citizens tickets at £2.50 each which was really good value for money. The cafe wasn't open and the house was being refurbished but we still had an enjoyable tour around the servants quarters which is now the...More
Easy to find & staff v friendly & helpful. Gypsy caravans & carriages well displayed .The museum is excellent - just goes on & on with something to interest everyone. The internal room sets are lovely - everything well displayed.
We went on a cold...More
Sadly, we cannot recommend this attraction, because it was closed. Before setting out on the journey (30 minutes each way), on Tuesday the 3rd January 2017, we consulted the official 'Hartlebury Castle January - May 2017' brochure, and it was totally clear that it was...More
museummanager, Manager at Hartlebury Castle, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2017
Dear Colin, may we offer our sincere apologies for the confusion. The museum is always closed for the first week of January for essential cleaning and maintenance. This was stated on 'Your Visit' page of our website, but not on the downloadable leaflet. We are...More
I've always wanted to come he and have spent the last 30 or so years deiving past it and wondering what it was all about. I had a day of for the kids half term and decided to make a visit. It was great they...More