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Behind the Scenes at the Museum

Behind the Scenes at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum -


Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum, Foregate Street
City Art gallery & Museum


Tel : +44 01905 25371

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Book for a guided tour of the geology, natural history and fine art collections in the underground stores of Worcester City Museum on Foregate Street, Worcester.

Tours will take place at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum basement stores at 11am, 1pm and 2.30pm, please book in advance as places as limited and this is always a popular event.

To book, call 01905 25371 or visit the Art Gallery desk.

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By Road

Follow signs to the city centre then to Foregate Street Railway Station. The Art Gallery and Museum is 150 metres up from the station.

The nearest car parks are in Taylors Lane and at Pitchcroft Race Course. Parking for Blue Badge Holders is situated on Sansome Walk.

By Public Transport

The gallery is 150m from Worcester Foregate Street Railway Station and the bus stop for the Park and Ride scheme. First Midland Red buses also stop on Foregate Street.

Behind the Scenes at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum -
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