Avoncroft Museum is home to over 30 historic buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire. The open-air Museum is spread over 19 acres and includes a wildflower meadow (open April to September), period gardens, a traditional cider and perry orchard as well as the collection of buildings. Download a map of the Museum’s grounds and buildings to help you plan your visit.
Avoncroft is open throughout the year, with reduced opening hours between the start of November and the end of February.
The exciting events programme includes a variety of activities for all ages. Whether you have a specialist interest or are looking for a great place to keep the family entertained, you’ll find something to suit everyone at Avoncroft Museum.
For information about the benefits of becoming a member of Avoncroft Museum please click here.
Well-behaved dogs are allowed to visit the Museum grounds but must be kept on leads at all times. Service dogs are welcome at the Museum including the Edwardian Tea Room.
An events programme for all the family to enjoy
From medieval jousting to Victorian cookery, there’s plenty going on for you to come and see! Find out all about the exciting events that are happening at Avoncroft Museum this year, by visiting our What’s on pages.
Plan your class' next visit
Book one or more of our fun teaching sessions or enjoy a self guided visit. Find out everything you need to know about bringing your school group to Avoncroft Museum.
Time to relax
Our Edwardian Tea Room is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10.30am to 4.30pm. With award-winning food and drink, it’s the ideal place to take a break or hold an informal meeting.
Find something special in our shop
The Museum's shop sells a wide range of interesting books, gifts and retro games, as well as a wide range of pocket money items and toys for children of all ages.