Inside this quaint timber-framed medieval house, you can explore and learn all about life in Herefordshire during Victorian times.
There are plenty of curiosities to capture your interest, as well as exhibits on what life was like in Ledbury, back in the day.
The museum boasts a wide array of artefacts - everything from reproduction helmets & breastplates from the Battle of Ledbury in 1645, to the Tibetan Pipe carved from a thigh bone.
The museum is open from April to October, and you can visit between the hours of 10am and 4pm.
Concessions: Free entry