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Getting Here

The Almonry Heritage Centre
Abbey Gate
Worcestershire WR11 4BQ

Telephone: 01386 446944

From the south
On the A46, take the first exit at the roundabout, straight over the traffic lights; straight over the bridge, 1st exit at mini roundabout for car parking.

From the north
On the A46, take the 3rd exit at the roundabout, take the 1st exit at the second roundabout, straight over the railway traffic lights, 2nd exit at the mini roundabout for car parking.

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Please contact us if you require details from another direction.

Car Parks: Evesham has several long and short stay car parks that are well signposted. Details for Evesham car parks can be found here.

Public Transport

Trains: Evesham train station is situated at the top of High Street, approx a 10 minute walk into the centre of town. The service runs direct links to Oxford, Reading, Worcester and London Paddington.

Buses: Evesham is served by various bus companies running services across the Vale and further afield.  For more information on bus routes and for timetables please come and see us or visit Traveline West Midlands here 

Opening Times:

March – October – Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm

November to February – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10am-5pm

Admission prices:

AdmissionTicket Price
Children Under 11 years oldFree
Seniors (over 65)£3.00
Students (in full time education)£3.00

Each ticket entitles the bearer to one free return visit within a 12 month period.
Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Covid Update: 

In line with government advice we have re-introduced mask wearing throughout the Almonry.  Our screens are still in place and hand sanitiser is available throughout the building.
Guidelines for the Museum, TIC & Shop, in line with the advice given by the NHS & Government:

Please do not visit the Museum, TIC or Gift Shop if you have any Covid Symptoms, are living with anybody who has symptoms, if you are self-isolating, or have been asked to Self-Isolate by NHS Test & Trace. We cannot admit anyone who has suspected or confirmed Covid-19. For more information on Covid Symptoms:

We kindly ask all our visitors to wear a mask in the Almonry. Wearing a Face mask or covering is now required in crowded and enclosed settings, helping people to protect themselves and others. When worn correctly, this can reduce the risk of transmission, especially when coming into contact with people you don’t usually meet.

There is hand sanitizer available around the Museum and in the Reception areas for staff and visitor use. Avoid touching the exhibits as much as possible during your visit. Reducing contact with objects reduces the risk of transmitting Covid-19.

There is no longer a ‘One Way System’ around the Museum, signs to socially distance have been removed, and we no longer have to limit the number of people in the Museum and Shop at any one time. We ask that visitors remain mindful of other people and keep a comfortable distance from others, for everyone’s peace of mind.

We are keeping the NHS QR Code in place, so that visitors can still check in using the NHS COVID-19 App. if they wish to do so. We have a paper version for people who do not have the app and wish to check in. Your information will be kept under Data Protection Policy and destroyed after 21 days. This is no longer a requirement by law, though NHS and Government advice is to continue using the app. and for people to check in at public venues and attractions.

We may on occasion have to close the Museum early or have an earlier “last entry time” for Museum visitors. This is so that our staff can ensure enough time for thorough cleaning, especially during the busy holiday period or during Event Days.

Thank you all for your ongoing understanding and support during this time.
We are regularly reviewing and adapting the ways in which we work as the new guidance and advice is issued by the Government and NHS. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please speak to a member of staff at the Almonry, who will be happy to help or advise. Alternatively, email us at:

Check out our Almonry Events Page and Our Facebook Page for all the latest information about Events at the Almonry this year!

We wish all our visitors a pleasant visit at the Almonry!