Housed in an old cider making factory, visitors walk through the original cellars and learn about the history of cider making.
Visit the Museum website
What makes it special
- See how cider has been made in Herefordshire
Monday to Saturday - 10:30 to 16:30
(except Christmas Day, Boxing Day, & New Years Day)
Sunday - closed
Adults - £5.50
Concessions - £5.00 (no wheelchair access to cellar)
Children/Students - £3.00
Family - £16.00
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