The museum is dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting Malvern’s past, from geological and prehistoric times, until the present day. The museum is housed in the Priory Gatehouse, the second oldest medieval building in the Malvern area, which makes it our best artefact. The museum has a mixture of static and temporary exhibitions detailing the development of Malvern, its key events and major players. A large archive of photographs, prints, maps and social history documents has been amassed and is supported by an equally generous collection of artefacts from most periods of history. A key aim is to preserve these local history collections for future generations.
2018 opening times: every day, Saturday 24th March to Sunday 4th November, 10.30am – 5.00pm (last admission at 4.30pm)
Accessible by Public Transport
Group Visits Available
Guided Tours Available