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Visit this museum in the heart of Herefordshire and learn about the history of cidermaking. Discover how apples were harvested, milled, pressed and the juice fermented to produce cider. Walk through the fascinating champagne cider cellars and find...more
All reviews apple juice cellar area well worth a visit self guided board room small tasting interactive displays gift shop interesting visit two floors own pace well stocked shop interesting information enjoyed our visit per adult lovely staff wander around
Myself and wife went later in the day whilst visiting Hereford for a few days,a very interest place all the information old photos,videos machinery everything you can think of to with the process of cider and poeples lives who were involved with this over the...More
This museum is wonderfully laid out, there is lots to see. My favourite part is the collection of glass-ware. This shows how highly regarded cider has been in the past. You get to go into the actual boardroom historically used by the Bulmer family. The...More
After we had found the museum we were pleasantly surprised at what you could see and learn. It may not look much from the outside but there is an amazing amount of knowledge and history inside. The staff are very friendly and you get a...More
Wonderful thorough introduction to cider production and marketing. Well laid out displays end keen staff.
Sadly did not have time to sample the delicious looking scones with cream in the cafe due to other commitments.
We visited the museum on a Monday. It was quiet but the friendly atmosphere and layout made it a joy. There’s plenty of exhibits well laid out, both about the history and culture of this tipple as well as about the family business that ran...More
I went in on a very rainy Saturday morning and was greeted by 2 very friendly faces. The museum is set up very user friendly and was interesting and informative. I learned quite a bit about cider making and the history of the area. There...More
Friendly, charming staff who allowed us to move tables and chairs outside to accommodate our dog.
Knowledgeable about local produce eg Chase distillery.
Scones were divine and freshly homemade.
Most enlightening and enjoyable visit. I came away with a completely new concept not just about how cider is made, but of the cultural significance of cider in rural United Kingdom... in days gone by it was a part of your wages, and quaffed while...More
The cafe was just superb lovely staff good food at a ver reasonable price! We had afternoon tea, fresh scones home baked 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻. Sampled ciders with a lady who was knowledgable about her subject and honest. So refreshing to have someone speak well on their...More
Response from ElizabethP3769 | Property representative |
Hello, as we are not a cider producer we offer small samples of three ciders by some of our stockists or apple juice on the day, depending what we are sampling. You can also buy a pint on tap of the cider of the month in the... More
Hello, as we are not a cider producer we offer small samples of three ciders by some of our stockists or apple juice on the day, depending what we are sampling. You can also buy a pint on tap of the cider of the month in the tearoom or buy cider from the great variety in the shop and drink it there too. Hope this helps!