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Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings

Redditch Road | Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove B60 4JR, England
+44 1527 831363
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This is a very interesting museum for most age groups. There is a lot of history to be learned... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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An open air museum of restored buildings of historic and architectural interest. We stumbled... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Leicestershire, United Kingdom
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An open-air museum of 30 rescued historic buildings which have been dismantled and moved from around the counties of the West Midlands to prevent their destruction. Set in 19 acres of attractive parkland these buildings show how the people of the region have lived, worked and played over the last 700 years.
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  • Very good36%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Redditch Road | Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove B60 4JR, England
+44 1527 831363
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a very interesting museum for most age groups. There is a lot of history to be learned. There is a gift shop, an old fashioned cosy cafe, picnic area, and plenty of space to walk around. There is a wonderful exhibition of old...More

Thank carolynjane62
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An open air museum of restored buildings of historic and architectural interest. We stumbled across this on the internet and visited midweek when it was quiet. Situated just south of Bromsgrove off the M42 all the buildings have been saved from dilapidation and most are...More

Thank ACB1958
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were taken to Avoncroft by friends who live in nearby Droitwich, and we had a fabulous time. The array of different buildings dotted around the grounds is wonderful, each with information boards to further enrich your enjoyment. Like the Black Country Living Museum, these...More

Thank Markyffbbd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were staying in the area and came across this place, soooo glad we did, we had a wonderful day! Interesting for all ages, our 7 year old enjoyed exploring and learning. Plenty to see and do. Windmill was fab as was the trip on...More

Thank ffiffon
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved our time at Avoncroft. There is so much to see here. Not only are there the amazingly varied and well restored buildings, there are amazing collections too. The most fascinating for me was the huge collection of phone boxes from the earliest to the...More

Thank anteallachleicester
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took daughters and the grandson for a Sunday afternoon visit. Wonderful buildings (the windmill was particularly impressive). The collection of telephone boxes and the old analogue exchange was utterly fascinating. Nice tea shop as well.

Thank watty-rugby
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

On a warm day Avoncroft provides a value for money experience with its various buildings in a beautiful setting. Although there is a restaurant on site, it's great to bring your own picnic and have a relaxed meal on the lawns. There are lots of...More

Thank Yvonne122015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Pleasantly surprised- buildings aren't really my thing but, visited here with my two young boys on a sunny day, and we had a good four hours fun. There were activities for kids and plenty of open space for them to run around safely. The car...More

1  Thank mrsvw39
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings is not a large Open-air Museum, but they do have some rather stunning buildings. Their medieval townhouse is impressive as is the String of Horses inn whit it's beautifully carved halftimbered construction. The basic wooden construction of the Plas Cadwgan...More

Thank KlausHoejbjerg
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was our second visit. The buildings represent several of the types see in towns and country spanning several centuries. You can enter most of them. The information boards are clear and very informative. The staff are helpful, knowledgeable and enthusiastic - especially the miller....More

Thank SimonMeltonMowbray
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Response from Paula b | Reviewed this property |
Groupon do vouchers quite often ive just brought entrance for 2 people for £6 I had 2 lots so 4 of us are going next week for £12 makes a good saving.