The Museum of Royal Worcester is an independent museum and charitable trust that looks after and celebrates the largest collection of Worcester porcelain in the world and its unique archive in the place where it was made. They work to inspire, surprise and delight people across the world with Worcester’s porcelain heritage, sharing this with future generations from its home in the heart of Worcester. The Museum is located in historic premises in Severn Street adjacent to the regenerated Royal Porcelain Works complex and minutes from the centre of Worcester and the River Severn. A small team of staff is supported by volunteers to provide a warm welcome to a wide range of visitors, enable group visits and experiences, admin and marketing support and delivery of our programme of events and creative workshops.
Discover the extraordinary stories of the workers and artists who skilfully made objects and the celebrity customers who enjoyed them. Enjoy interactive displays, and family explorer trails in our stunning galleries, completely refurbished in 2018. You’ll see some of the iconic objects like Admiral Lord Nelson’s breakfast teapot, and the famous Evesham oven-to-tableware. Explore 250 years of social, food and design history that connects Worcester with the rest of the world through porcelain.
Visit their website: www.museumofroyalworcester.org