The Royal Porcelain Works
The Royal Porcelain Works, originally founded by Robert Chamberlain in Severn Street and has been redeveloped by the Bransford Trust to create a new centre for the arts in Worcester.
The Museum of Royal Worcester houses the world’s largest collection of Worcester porcelain. The collections date back to 1751 and the Victorian gallery, the ceramic collections, archives and records of factory production, form the primary resource for the study of Worcester porcelain and its history.
It is a vibrant new cultural development in the heart of historic Worcester that features arts and crafts, a brand-new exhibition space, a fabulous new eatery and the world-renowned Museum of Royal Worcester. Located at Worcester’s famous Royal Porcelain Works, this exciting new development is a hub of activity and events for members of the local community as well as visitors to Worcester.
The re-development of the Porcelain Works seeks to raise the profile of the fantastic level of artistry and craftsmanship that exists locally, helping ensure these skills remain relevant to future generations and that traditions for which the city of Worcester is renowned live on.
The Henry Sandon Hall
The ‘Henry Sandon’ Hall is named in honour of Henry Sandon MBE
Henry Sandon Hall re opened its doors in 2018 as a new arts venue at the heart of the redevelopment of Worcester’s famous Royal Porcelain Works.
Henry Sandon Hall will seat up to 140 people and is equipped to be a truly multi-functional venue, hosting an exciting and eclectic range of events.
The Artisan Wedding Market Event - 29th September 2019
Nest Worcester is the onsite Café, Bar and Deli; a unique, quirky, casual but comfortable, family friendly licensed café serving wonderful fresh, simple food, delicious fair-trade coffee and teas, alongside a very local deli, with an excellent bakery section featuring artisan breads and cakes, regional beers, wines and spirits.
an be enjoyed here in this quirky, lovely light-filled space or our glorious courtyard!
The new courtyard will feature outdoor seating for the café and visitors, and on summer weekends, music and entertainment outside.