The Commandery, Worcester 900

England, Worcestershire, Worcester

Brief Description

The Commandery is a 15th-century timber-framed house with gardens descended from those of a mediaeval hospital disestablished at the Reformation.


The Commandery was built as a merchant's house in the 15th century on the site of a former mediaeval hospital. The present name reflects the site's role in the Civil War. In the 18th century the grounds included an avenue framing the bastions on Fort Royal hill.

Access & Directions


In the centre of Worcester.