Worcestershire County Museum
In 1964, the north wing of Hartlebury Castle was taken over by Worcestershire County Council for the creation of a County Museum and the museum was opened to the public in 1966.
The collections include archaeological items, costumes, domestic objects, and toys. There are also a Victorian schoolroom and a Transport Gallery. Other facilities include a nature reserve, cafe, and gift shop.
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