Market House Visitor Centre
A unique 17th Century listed building in Ross on Wye, the Market house creates a tangible connection between the past and the present. It is a focal point for local people and visitors alike, uniting the community by virtue of its unique historic and cultural significance.
Situated in the heart of the town, it has been at the centre of Ross on Wye’s history for 360 years and now fulfils an essential function for the area, serving both as a heritage and visitor information centre. The building hosts several types of exhibition for local artists and crafts producers and offers activities for both children and adults all year round as well as many essential services for the community such as coach ticket bookings and providing information for visitors.
Above all, the market house is a beautiful building to visit, not least for a great balcony which opens up fantastic views of the town and surrounding area. The building still maintains many of its original features, providing a window into the past yet serving all the requirements of a modern, thriving town.
Opening Times: Daily 10.30am – 4.30pm, not Tuesdays
Photo Credits: © Copyright Market House Visitor Centre.
For further information please visit: http://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/museums