Butchers Row House Museum
Butchers Row House Museum
A small museum of Victorian life, housed in an historic timber-framed medieval cottage. The cottage used to stand on Ledbury's High Street, but was torn down in 1830 to make way for new development. But the bits and pieces of the cottage were kept intact, and in 1979 the entire building was re-erected on its curent site opposite the Ledbury Heritage Centre.
The Butchers Row house Museum offers free entry, and contains exhibits on life in Ledbury during the Victorian period. The museum stands at the top of Church Street, a picturesque cobbled lane running off High Street.