The number of tourists visiting Bewdley Museum has reached an all time high this year, with more people visiting than ever before.
Visitor numbers have already beaten last year’s record of 145,000 with nearly 150,000 people venturing through its doors so far in 2014.
Aligned with its success is the recent launch of the Museum’s website where you can find information about upcoming events, vocational visits for schools, the cafe, the resident craftspeople and much more.
Set in the heart of Bewdley Town Centre, the Museum hosts several events throughout the year and is home to a number of resident craftspeople who specialise in a wide variety of crafts. To find out more about the museum, visit their website.
Councillor Anne Hingley, Wyre Forest District Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Well-being and Housing said:
“We are delighted to see that the Museum continues to draw tourists to the area. With so many activities on offer, the Museum is able to attract a high volume of tourism which helps boost the local economy.”
To see a line up of events visit www.bewdleymuseum.co.uk/whats-on.