Museum of Royal Worcester, Severn Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2ND
Travel on a design journey through time and see the world's largest collection of Worcester Porcelain displayed in room settings and vignettes in the Georgian, Victorian and 20th century galleries. An informative and entertaining audio tour featuring Henry Sandon and skilled craftsmen, tells the story of the factories history, its talented workforce and everyday life. On the Friday, Master Gilder, Ken Russell will also be found working in the Georgian gallery. Come in, watch him and feel free to have a chat. Ken is an ex Royal Worcester Artist with over 40 years of experience. He takes his inspiration from the Dudley Service and specialises in creating intricate jewelled pieces of work. For families and children the museum offers a Fascinating Facts Trail. Explore the galleries together, and discover peculiar and interesting facts about the collection and it's history.
This event took place in September 2013 and the entry is now archived.
There is a pay and display car park adjacent to the museum on King Street. There is also on street parking available on Severn Street. The museum has no cafe, but there is a machine serving coffee and tea on site.
The museum is a 2 minute walk from Worcester Cathedral. Map link.
Date last modified: 20th August 2013 at 11:36