Copyright 2016 The Friends of Bewdley Museum, registered charity number 505851 - Site developed by Severnside Solutions, Bewdley.
As the most Northerly navigable section of the River Severn, the town of Bewdley holds an important role in the rich history of the Midlands.
Bewdley Museum, located in the heart of the town, provides a fascinating insight into the history and development of the town, the lives of the people and the trades and crafts of the surronding Wyre Forest area.
Most days there are demonstrations of rope and clay-pipe making, often run by volunteers.
Resident artists and crafts people located in the Shambles and other parts of the museum complex are on hand to demonstrate their skills, run workshops for all ages with a lively programme of events during school holidays.
The museum has a very popular and award winning programme of educational activities for schools, some of which are run in conjunction with the local Severn Valley Railway.
The cafe and courtyard area of the museum have direct links to the adjoining Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens and provide a delightful and relaxing haven for visitors.
Opening hours - Museum and Shambles Cafe 2018
Daily 10am - 4.30pm (3rd March)
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Admission is FREE!
You can access the Museum through the Bewdley Tourist Information Centre or Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens.