Planning a visit to Alcester Roman Museum?
Normally we would be open as below but, due to the latest England lockdown circumstances, we regret to advise that Roman Alcester Museum is closed with immediate effect until further guidelines are received from the UK Government.
Mon: Closed at present
Tues: 11.00 – 15.00
Wed – Fri: Closed at present
Sun: Normally closed but there are occasional special openings, for example for the annual Heritage Open Day.
The museum is fully accessible and has two disabled persons’ parking spaces accessed from Seggs Lane. The free town car park is just a few steps away across Priory Road.
Many of the exhibits now have QR codes which can access further interesting details. Prior to your visit, if you don’t already have a QR reader on your smartphone, you could usefully download a QR code reader in your phone’s app store. Library wi-fi is available in the Museum.
If you are visiting the Museum then why not explore the ancient market town of Alcester, set amidst the gently rolling hills of Shakespeare’s England, just seven miles west of Stratford upon Avon, home of the Bard.
Visit Alcester, discover its past, take tea, wine & dine and browse the shops.
Come and enjoy the delights of a quintessential English market town, where the atmosphere abounds and community truly matters.