Malvern Museum of Local History

Priory Gatehouse, Abbey Road, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 3ES
31 Wells Road Great Malvern England WR14 GB

Malvern Museum is in the late 15th-century gatehouse to Great Malvern Priory. In our museum you can find out about the geology of the ancient Malvern Hills and how they were formed, and about their Iron-Age inhabitants. In the Medieval Room discover more about the 11th century Benedictine monastery, Malvern Forest and Malvern Chase. Our Water Cure Room shows how Malvern’s famous spring water was bottled, and how the Water Cure doctors applied it to their patients, while the Victorian Room uncovers Malvern’s growth from a tiny village to a prosperous Victorian spa town.

In the Twentieth Century Room you’ll find Shaw and Elgar, Morgan and Santler cars, and the Malvern Festival, and two world wars are some of the exhibitions that share this room. And in the Staircase Gallery cast your eyes over early radar equipment and other treasures of Malvern’s scientific heritage.

Opening Times: 25th March-31st October 10.30am – 5pm

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