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Living History at The Commandery
2000 years of history comes to life at The Commandery again for 2017!
Saturday 18th February and Sunday 19th February
(10am - 5pm)
Living History in Worcester is The Commandery's biggest event of the year. More than 200 re-enactors will bring the past to life with living history encampments, military displays, crafts and vintage vehicles in one of Worcester's oldest and most beautiful buildings.
During a weekend full of ancient Greeks, Viking warriors, the two World Wars and much more, learn to wield a pike like a Parliamentarian, receive your rations, and discover forgotten children's games.
Organised by The Commandery in partnership with The Worcester Re-enactors. Living History in Worcester is part of the Love Worcester Heritage Festival; a week of events in heritage venues across the City from 18th - 26th February 2017.
Follow signs to Worcester city centre, then turn left at traffic lights by Worcester Cathedral to nearest car park. The Commandery is located across the main road to the right. There are two Pay and Display car parks opposite the building on King Street and Commandery Road.
By Public Transport
By Bus - First Midland Red buses run through Sidbury from Bath Road, London Road, City Walls Road and the City Centre.
By Train - Worcester Foregate Street and Worcester Shrub Hill station are both 1km from the Commandery.
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Encounter the past brought to life in a beautiful building with an 800 year history. Set in the heart of historic Worcester, The Commandery is most famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the Battle of Worcester 1651.