2019 Opening Times
Every day, Saturday 23rd March to Sunday 3rd November, 10.30am – 5.00pm (last admission at 4.30pm)
Malvern Museum 2019 Season
Visitors can stroll through time, taking in the rocks that formed the hills and which allow our amazing springs and wells to emerge, through to the work of our wartime scientists and the role they played in drawing the Second World War to an end. Along the way, perhaps accompanied by our free audio guide, Malvern’s medieval past can be explored, followed by an encounter with a man enduring a water cure treatment in a bath, hard working donkey women and elegant lady artists from Victorian Malvern. Meanwhile, children will enjoy opportunities to dress up as monks, peasants, soldiers and nurses, learn about water and decide where to buy items for a dolls’ house.
New exhibitions this year focus on our most illustrious refugee, the Emperor Haile Selassie from Ethiopia, as well as the outbreak of war 80 years ago as it affected Malvern, and the impact of a local industry on the people of Malvern in the 20th century. Our new touchscreen allows visitors to explore the rich and astonishing heritage of our Victorian engineering pioneers. Many pages are devoted to the development of the Malvern car too. Jigsaw puzzles set against a ticking clock will entertain both adults and children alike.
Weekdays: £2 adults and 50p children
Weekend: £1 adults and free for children
Accessible by Public Transport
Group Visits Available
Guided Tours Available