JUBILEE WEEKEND EVENTS SATURDAY 4th June – JUBILEE CRAFT FAYRE is being held in our garden marquee from 10.30 am with stalls, Tombola, Raffle and Hot Peppers WI homemade cakes and refreshments on sale all day.  Please allow time to visit the Museum as well and enjoy the wonderful 75

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Events for 2022

Open Day Poster 20190305_15364201Dolls Exhibition

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The Tudor House Museum’s GRAND SUMMER OPENING is on Saturday 9th April with free entry from 10.30 – 4.30 pm.  There will be a Plant Sale and Guess the Artefact table, a Raffle, Second hand book sales, Museum Sales table and Children’s activities including a Mouse Trail indoors and a

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WE ARE REOPENING!!  The Tudor House Museum will be reopening on Saturday 22nd May 2021 from 12 noon to 4.30 pm with free admission. Full safety precautions are in place.  Future Opening Times this year will be Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 1.30 – 4.30 pm.  Our volunteers look

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Opening 22nd May


The Trustees at The Tudor House Museum in Upton on Severn are delighted to announce that the Museum and Garden will reopen on Saturday 22nd May from 12 noon to 4.30pm. Full details of all our opening times to follow. Admission is free (although donations are most welcome as we

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Upton Doctors

Two Upton Doctors

Willow Bank in School Lane was a “doctor’s house” from 1873, (Buryfield was another). A succession of Upton doctors lived and had their surgeries there. The last two are featured in displays in the Museum: Dr Ballinger in that about the Second World War and Dr Astley Cooper with some

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The Queens Beasts

The Queen’s Beasts

The Queen’s Beasts At the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, ten heraldic beasts, each six feet tall, stood guard at the temporary western entrance to Westminster Abbey.  The Queen’s Beasts were sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony in 1953. The heraldic creatures symbolised the various strands

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William Tennant Upton upon Severn

William Tennant

History tells of this local man born in Upton upon Severn that went to the local Grammar in Upton upon Severn and then went on to help save the lives of so many Soldiers in WW2. Tennant’s task was to organise the men and get them onto the ships waiting

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