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Blue: museum, cafe and shop open
Green: open + 1pm & 2.30pm bus rides
Yellow: main event days, click for more details

 

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How To Get Here

ADDRESS - Chapel Lane, Wythall, Worcs B47 6JA Tel : 01564 826471

BY CAR - Wythall is on the A435 Birmingham to Evesham road, near to the junction with the M42. If approaching via the M42, leave at junction 3 and head towards Birmingham as far as the large island at Becketts Farm. Turn left and the Museum is signposted from there. Parking is free. Signed off-site parking will be necessary on major events such as August Bank Holiday.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT - On many event days our service 750 operates from Birmingham City Centre (click here for details). The Museum is situated close to Wythall's old Church.

In common with many other places, public transport services are frequently changing times, route numbers and operators. The 'Travel Search' website usually has a list of the current routes serving Wythall, click here for more details.

Diamond Bus Service S3 runs between Wythall Railway Station and the church outside the museum (as at sept 2018). Click here for timetable
Otherwise the station is 30-40 minutes walk from the Museum. click here for more details of Wythall station and to plan your train journey.

 

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Where to Stay
If you're planning on a stop-over, take a look at our where to stay page.

 

Contact Us

Address:
Chapel Lane, Wythall, Worcestershire B47 6JA
Phone:
01564 826471
Email:
enquiries@wythall.org.uk
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