Avoncroft Museum is home to over 30 different buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire. The Museum is spread over 19 acres and includes a wildflower meadow, period gardens, a traditional cider and perry orchard as well as the collection of historic buildings.
The Museum holds other historic collections which include:
- Period furnishings and tools used within the historic buildings
- Agricultural tools, vehicles and machinery
- Architectural fragments and fittings, including reference collections of historic bricks and roofing materials
- Domestic artefacts and clothing
- A small number of architectural models
- An archive relating to the Museum and other open-air museums, and a library of reference material
- Photographic collections of the work of the Museum
The small objects and archives collection are not currently on display, but specific items can be viewed by appointment.
The Museum is working towards publishing a searchable catalogue of the small objects collections.