Local Visit: Worcester Porcelain Museum

Local Visit: Worcester Porcelain Museum

September 30, 2021 @ 2:00 pm
Worcester Porcelain Museum
Severn St
Worcester WR1 2ND
Clive Hooper

This event was originally scheduled for 28th September 2021.  It is now on 30th September 2021.  

Dr John Wall founded the Worcester Porcelain Company in 1751.  Sadly, the manufacturing of china in Worcester finished in 2006, but the Porcelain Museum continues to pay homage to its magnificent heritage with the largest collection of Worcester porcelain in the world.  A recent £1.7 million Heritage Lottery grant has enabled the museum to show off its displays to best advantage.  The visit includes an introductory film featuring Henry and John Sandon and a talk giving a ‘behind the scenes’ perspective.  Refreshments are available for purchase at the museum.

Price: £10.00.  Maximum 25 people

Arrive: 2.00pm for 2.15pm start.  Own Transport

Please book at least two weeks in advance using the booking form (included with the printed events diary or available on this page).  More information will be included nearer the date and in the newsletter.