The Commandery, Worcester
Peel back the layers of history and unravel the secrets of one of England's oldest buildings. The Commandery is a unique Grade 1 listed site dating back to the 13th century.
A fascinating mix of historical and social history combined to bring this special building's colourful past to life. Explore the historic rooms, dicover the fascinating stories and enjoy the charming gardens. Bring a picnic and spend all day long.
The Commandery is located in the heart of Worcester City Centre on the main A44, just three minutes walk from the Cathedral and Elgar Statue on the high street.
Also known as St Wulfstan's Hospital, this fascinating site offers displays about the history of the building as well as the English Civil War. With a full programme of activities and events throughout the year, and with its own gardens and nearby Fort Royal Park, the site makes for an ideal family visit.
For free entry please make sure that you bring your council Tax bill as proof of residency.