Activities

 

General

Tobacco processing, Coffee roasting, Bread baking in an outdoor oven, Soap making, Milk tart baking, Candle making, Forging metal and Donkey cart rides.

Seasonal

Grape harvesting, Distillation, Farm animals, Sheep shearing, Dairy and Veld plants.

Other

Old railway exhibition hall with an industrial agricultural theme.

Reference library and archive.

Conference venue.

Museum shop.

Restaurant and tea room.

WORCESTER MUSEUM ANNUAL SCHOOL PROGRAM

Click on the link below to view the 2018 school program at the Worcester Museum.

2018 School Year Program

MPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS

Educational programmes are aligned to curriculum, schools are urged to book the programmes that best suit their curricular needs.
It is advised that the bookings be done in advance for the relevant programmes within the curriculum. Schools can use the programmes for research purposes, it is expected of schools to prepare for the lessons and to do follow up activities after having booked for one of the museum programmes. The museum has worksheets for programmes but the quantity of the group determines whether the worksheet can be done on site or at school.

ENTRANCE FEE

Free for school groups
Accompanying parents R15-00
Tractor/Train rides are R3-00 per learner if the program does not include rides.
Subject to availability

WE ARE NOT CHARGING ENTRANCE FEES FOR SCHOOL GROUPS BUT WE WELCOME DONATIONS TO COVER THE MUSEUM SCHOOL`S RUNNING COSTS.

The Restaurant & Tearoom is now open

The restaurant & tearoom at Worcester Museum has re-opened for business, for more info and reservations contact Youlandi Adams Tel: 076 391 3377.  Click on the images below to view the restaurant menus & special offers.