Spread over 19 acres of Worcestershire countryside, England’s first open-air museum covers in excess of 700 years of Midlands history.

The site includes a collection of 20-plus historic buildings, ranging in date from Worcester Cathedral’s 14th century Guesten Hall roof, to a post-Second World War Birmingham prefab. 
Visitors to Avoncroft can also enjoy a wildflower meadow, period gardens and a traditional cider & perry orchard.

And if checking out the aforementioned attractions works up an appetite, the museum also boasts an award-winning tearoom, complete with a selection of cakes and light lunches made with fresh, local produce (some of which comes from the venue’s very own period gardens). 


Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings,

Redditch Rd,

Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove

B60 4JR


Telephone: 01527 831363 / 83188