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Fanatastic history

Visited on city tour by knowledgeable guide. Be sure to cover all floors and rooms. Chandeliers are... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
Paul S
Warrington, United Kingdom
Lovely Building

We go to Worcester most weeks and are always impressed with the Guildhall building. It is... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Worcester, United Kingdom
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The City's Guildhall is a truly beautiful building which dates back to 1721. It has a fascinating history – it was once the seat of justice throughout the city and even housed a prison – and today offers both visitors and residents a glimpse of...more
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

Visited on city tour by knowledgeable guide. Be sure to cover all floors and rooms. Chandeliers are magnificent as is the artwork throughout.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 30 April 2018

We go to Worcester most weeks and are always impressed with the Guildhall building. It is beautiful from the outside and the fabulous chandeliers can be seen through the top floor windows of the building. Sometimes there are craft stalls and various displays inside and...More

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Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

They even let me play the piano in the main hall upstairs for a little bit, absolutely fantastic art cover the walls and has an amazing history.

Thank Sean C
Reviewed 22 April 2018

This beautiful Queen Anne building should be on everyone's list while visiting Worcester. Very friendly reception staff, amazing portraits of Kings, Queens and local dignitaries and a wonderful display of leather fire buckets. Used previously as a court room and jail, now used for Council...More

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Reviewed 15 April 2018

We ha a look around as it is open to public and free to enter. We went in the court rooms and saw the throne in there. Was ok.

Thank Paula P
Reviewed 10 April 2018

The Worcester Guildhall is a stunning building in the city centre. Dating back to 1721, it is equally beautiful inside. It has a rich and varied history, well worth a visit to admire and find out more.

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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Free to enter and walk around, but it is a working building with meetings going on in a lot of the rooms. It's certainly not worth going out of your way to visit if you're not nearby and have 15 minutes to spare.

Thank Angu5
Reviewed 26 March 2018

If you're going to visit the cathedral you'd be well served stopping off here as well, if only to admire another building steeped in history.

Thank Tom H
Reviewed 5 January 2018

We were recommended to visit this by the tourist office, and it is certainly worth a visit, especially upstairs where there are many fine portraits as well as a beautiful ceiling.

Thank Rosalie P
Reviewed 12 December 2017

Free entry to an impressive building with history. Sometimes a meeting etc can stop all of the building being accessed. Worth a look,

Thank dean b
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