Explore this 12th Century Civil War Headquarters in the heart of historic Worcester.
Dive into Worcester’s history within this 800 year old Grade I listed building, set in the centre of the city. Explore The Commandery and learn the historic part it played within the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the 1951 Battle of Worcester.
Famous for its stance as the Royalist Headquarters during these times, delve into the past, starting at the 12th century – learn about the multiple owners and their individual stories within the Commandery.
If you’re feeling adventurous, get yourself dressed up as a pikeman or attend a short talk with demonstrators which include Medieval medicine and Civil War weaponry!
The Commandery offers a full seasonal programme highlighting events throughout the year, make sure you check the website to find out about the next one!
If you’re looking for something more calming, wander the tranquil canal-side gardens beside the Commandery and enjoy the Medieval herbs and the perfect spot to watch the boats go by over a hot drink.
The Commandery is wheelchair friendly and offers facilities for baby-changing and disabled visitors.
ADDRESS & CONTACT
Sidbury Road (A38), Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom – WR1 2HU
Sat Nav Postcode: WR1 2HU
Sat Nav Postcode Parking: WR1 2NX