Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4JR
Tel: 01527 831363 / 831886
Avoncroft Museum is home to over 30 historic buildings and structures
which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire.
Home to over 30 different buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire.
There's something to suit everyone at Avoncroft Museum
We are committed to rescuing, preserving and conserving historic buildings for future generations
An Avoncroft membership not only gives you access to the museum all year round but also gives you reduced fees for our Blacksmithing courses and other special offers.
Welcome back! We have missed you and can’t wait to see you! You will see a few changes when you
Whether you're looking for a formal occasion or a relaxed celebration, Avoncroft could be the place for you!
Rescuing and preserving these historic buildings and our Midlands heritage costs upwards of £300,000 per year. If you would like to support us, please make a donation
Our interactive collection of rescued telephone boxes is a must on any visit for every generation!
Blacksmithing course at Avoncroft
Had a great day out with the kids, they loved the telephone boxes, play ground and train ride. Volunteers were very friendly and knowledgeable, kids learned a few things along the way. Plenty of picnic spots around too. Reasonably priced day out and not crowded. We loved it!
Avoncroft is really lovely, the windmill is particularly impressive and I also love the telephone box collection. It's good for kids as you can phone between some of the boxes, and there is also a tardis. Avoncroft do weddings too, the main hall is a really nice space, and it's a great location for photos!
I was skeptical at first but wow, what an amazing place. It’s amazing how they dismantle and rebuild the buildings. The staff are amazing especially the really nice couple in the toll house. We WILL be back and getting a family season ticket, 5 stars isn’t enough 10/10
Fascinating old buildings - and phone boxes!
I visited the museum mainly because I wanted to see Danzey Green Post Mill (a rare Midlands type of mill) and the unique collection that includes all types of official Post Office phone box. But there is so much more - you can spend ages discovering everything!
I would like to thank Peter, our guide, for a lovely tour of the buildings and an informative talk. To have the focus of a tour guide always makes a visit more meaningful.
What a great museum, we will be back!
Helen (on behalf of a U3A group)