Victorian Room
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This room focuses on Malvern’s growth during Queen Victoria’s reign. Village Growth Malvern was no more than a village of 3,000 inhabitants in 1831 when Princess Victoria visited the area. By the time Queen Victoria died, the population was nearer 16,000. Growth … Read More

Water Cure Room
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Natural Spring Water, Spas and Cures This room focuses on Malvern’s famous mineral water and its medicinal qualities. The use of Malvern’s natural spring water in health treatment can be traced back centuries. In 1622, Richard Banister published ‘Breviary of one … Read More

Medieval Room
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The Medieval Room This room has much to offer and families can find out what it was like to live in medieval Malvern. Children can dress up as monks or peasants and all ages can have a go at building … Read More

Events and activities
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Malvern Museum organises a number of activities throughout the year. Lectures Lectures are held on the last Friday of every month from September through to April. The History of Croome Court, the royal wives and mistresses since William the Conqueror … Read More

About Us
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Behind the scenes in Malvern Museum Our small, independent museum is located in the centre of Great Malvern, within 5 minutes walk of Malvern Priory and the Tourist Information Centre. The museum is a registered charity, and is run entirely by enthusiastic and … Read More

Malvern Hills Room
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The Malvern Hills Room The first room inside the Gatehouse tells the earliest stories of the Malvern Hills. Rocks and Fossils The rocks that shaped the Malvern Hills are the oldest in England and Wales. They were formed in the … Read More

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