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Uncovering Mysteries

Craft activity at The Commandery - Museums Worcestershire

Address

The Commandery,
Sidbury
Worcester
WR1 2HU

Contact

Tel : 01905 361821

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Become an archaeologist for the day and reveal the secrets of the building through archaeological investigation and recording.

See the medieval floor tiles that were found in the oldest part of the building and decorate your own inspired by our medieval designs! Can you 'Spot the Artefact' during your visit?

Sessions are 11am and 2pm.

You can also explore with our family activity packs for £1.

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By Road

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.

Craft activity at The Commandery - Museums Worcestershire
Craft activity at The Commandery - Museums Worcestershire

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