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A Jacobean merchants shop in the heart of Herefords high town. Come and get a flavour of life in the 17th century and browse our selection of unique and unusual gifts in our shop. Entry prices: Adults £2.50 Children £1.50 (under 5's free) Families...more
All reviews three floors butchers row period furniture well worth a visit wall paintings old building middle of town civil war situated right step back in time interesting artifacts the ground floor little gem local history per adult visiting hereford on display
A lovely museum to visit, really well done out. Only £2.50 to have a look around, really worth it. Stairs to go up although very good flights and the floors very good for such an old building. Lots of history and recreated rooms.
Whilst in the area visited the black and White House. Well presented with a good history- exploring the history of the house and its residents. The history of the house in relation to the area and its neighbours was fascinating - bringing the same to...More
Very easy to find because of its authentic original look, the museum is at the heart of the city of Hereford and is a must visit.
For a small fee, one can browse throughout the house at leisure absorbing the history of Hereford through the...More
Lovely little museum, the last remaining house of a previous row of Jacobean houses. It's great that they've managed to maintain and preserve it. It is pretty small so could get round it in less that an hour if you're pushed for time. Also cheap...More
Wow this little museum had so much history and it was very cheap as well. Less then 3 pound admission was very good value for money. The house was once a butchers house and is the only remaining house like this in Hereford as the...More
We haven't visited a museum quite like this. A lucky survivor from a terrace of Jacobean merchant houses, this has some interesting artefacts
We received a pleasant welcome, the curator gave us a broad outline of the history and we were then free to wander....More
Wandering round Hereford we stumbled across this place and sheltered from the rain! Glad we did. Three storeys of museum, accessible displays and things for children,such as dressing up. Really cheap too!