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Events at The Commandery

Heritage Open Days - Extraordinary Commandery Women

A woman in traditional English Civil War costume showing visitors to a museum what she is working on
  • Date: 16th September 2018
  • Time: 13:30 - 17:00
  • Location: The Commandery
  • Cost: FREE entry

Join one of our special free tours about the history of The Commandery's extraordinary women and enjoy free entry as part of the Heritage Open Days festival.

Ghosts and Gunpowder

Two women dressed up as Florence and ethel victorian ghost hunters
  • Date: 30th October 2018 - 4th November 2018
  • Every day
  • Location: The Commandery
  • Cost: Holiday activities cost £3 per child. Normal admission applies: Adults £5.95 (Concessions £4.95), Children FREE, Individual annual ticket £10.95, Worcester residents annual ticket £5

Get ready for a week of intrigue and fun as we decipher puzzles and challenges to try and save The Commandery from gunpowder plotters!

  • 11am and 2pm*: Decipher puzzles and challenges to save The Commandery from gunpowder plotters on our half-term trail! Suitable for ages 5+. Activities cost £3 per child towards materials. Activity session lasts 1 hour.
  • 11.30am and 2.15pm* Discover spooky stories on a ghost tour through one of Worcester’s oldest buildings. Suitable for ages 11+. Tour lasts 1 hour.

*Afternoon tours and activities only on Sundays

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours
  • Date: 1st December 2018 - 2nd December 2018
  • Every day
  • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Location: The Commandery
  • Cost: Admission: Adults £5.95 (Concessions £4.95), Children FREE, Individual annual ticket £10.95, Worcester residents annual ticket £5

Visit The Commandery over the Christmas period to discover Christmas cheer inspired by A Christmas Carol.

Join one of our guides for a ‘Spirit of Christmas’ tour to discover the Victorian secrets hidden in this historic building, on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the run-up to Christmas.

Discover the 1881 census, visit the old kitchen with its hidden secrets, learn how the building has changed since the Victorian era and about the diverse inhabitants of this important building.

You can also delight in The Commandery dressed for Christmas throughout this period, inspired by the festive Dickensian story A Christmas Carol, and taste traditional mulled wine and gingerbread.

Tour times:
Saturday 11.30am and 2.15pm
Sunday 2.15pm

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours
  • Date: 8th December 2018 - 9th December 2018
  • Every day
  • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Location: The Commandery
  • Cost: Admission: Adults £5.95 (Concessions £4.95), Children FREE, Individual annual ticket £10.95, Worcester residents annual ticket £5

Visit The Commandery over the Christmas period to discover Christmas cheer inspired by A Christmas Carol.

Join one of our guides for a ‘Spirit of Christmas’ tour to discover the Victorian secrets hidden in this historic building, on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the run-up to Christmas.

Discover the 1881 census, visit the old kitchen with its hidden secrets, learn how the building has changed since the Victorian era and about the diverse inhabitants of this important building.

You can also delight in The Commandery dressed for Christmas throughout this period, inspired by the festive Dickensian story A Christmas Carol, and taste traditional mulled wine and gingerbread.

Tour times:
Saturday 11.30am and 2.15pm
Sunday 2.15pm

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours

'Spirit of Christmas' Tours
  • Date: 15th December 2018 - 16th December 2018
  • Every day
  • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Location: The Commandery
  • Cost: Admission: Adults £5.95 (Concessions £4.95), Children FREE, Individual annual ticket £10.95, Worcester residents annual ticket £5

Visit The Commandery over the Christmas period to discover Christmas cheer inspired by A Christmas Carol.

Join one of our guides for a ‘Spirit of Christmas’ tour to discover the Victorian secrets hidden in this historic building, on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the run-up to Christmas.

Discover the 1881 census, visit the old kitchen with its hidden secrets, learn how the building has changed since the Victorian era and about the diverse inhabitants of this important building.

You can also delight in The Commandery dressed for Christmas throughout this period, inspired by the festive Dickensian story A Christmas Carol, and taste traditional mulled wine and gingerbread.

Tour times:
Saturday 11.30am and 2.15pm
Sunday 2.15pm

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