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Not the most interesting visit I have ever been to. A small old house with old stuff in it - well I guess that's what you would expect. Difficult to make visits last more than half an hour. Nice pub. The Dew Drop nearby worth...More
Edward Elgar, composer of Land of Hope & Glory, and one of the glories of England, is celebrated here.
I would have been so disappointed if I'd missed out on seeing the wonderful exhibits that are on display here
Classical music lovers will really enjoy this museum. Large car park, excellent friendly welcome, very interesting artefacts and information on Elgar's life. The little cottage where he was born is a gem and the garden a treat too with views across to the Malverns. We...More
As big fans of classical music this is a great place to learn more about and the man and his music. I visited here over a decade back, the included audio guides and video have given this attraction improved value since then.
The visitors centre...More
Always wanted to go, but sometimes these places disappoint. This museum certainly did not for me. Houses are just buildings, but with all the personal possessions and the well laid out museum, I felt I was transported back to his time. I went the day...More
It was a most pleasant surprise to find the Elgar Birthplace Museum just 3.5 miles away from our hotel in Bransford.
The site consists of a modern (2000) visitor centre, the Elgar Birthplace Cottage and Garden.
I found the staff in the Visitor Centre very...More