Events at the Tudor House Museum
Hanley Swan Primary School Visit
"The reception pupils of Hanley Swan C of E Primary School finished the year in style with a visit to the marvellous Tudor House Museum in Upton-Upon-Severn. The museum houses a wealth of interesting historical artefacts and exhibits, and the pupils were very keen to learn about all of them. It was an opportunity to revisit and gain first-hand experience of many of the topics covered in school during the year. From the River Severn to local transport, from Victorians houses and homes to old fashioned toys. Fabulous volunteers were on hand to answer the many questions that the pupils had and give us clues to the whereabouts of the cheeky mice (a child friendly trail) that were hiding all over the museum. Not only did the children get to learn so much, but they also had time to brush up on their art skills and have a go at sketching artefacts of interest throughout the museum. A huge thank you to the volunteers for such a warm welcome and providing the setting for a super class visit." Mr Bundy, Class 1 Teacher
Re-Opening Event 8th July 2023
"After months of refurbishment and hard work on behalf of the volunteers and trustees, the
museum finally reopened its doors with an open day on Saturday 8th July. In total we had in excess of
100 visitors, including the town Mayor who were all very impressed with the improvements to both
the building and the contents. If you haven't been in yet, we recommend you come and see for
Mark Mynard, Chair of Trustees
The main window features seasonal displays throughout the year and themed displays for Upton’s
Folk, Jazz and Blues Festivals as well as special events.
In-house exhibitions have featured the WI Centenary, WWI Memorial Display, Admiral Tennant
tribute and local Patchwork & Quilting group handwork.
The museum would be happy to hear from any local groups or organizations who are interested in
using the museum window display to promote their group. Please contact us.