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Set in an old cider-making factory, the Hereford Cider Museum immerses you in the art of creating this historic thirst-quencher. You’ll learn how apples were milled, pressed and fermented on your tour which takes you through the champagne cider cellars and educates on the lives of those who worked here. The museum has some fascinating old oral histories which, combind with old photographs, really conjure up what life must have been like in this ancient profession. Vintage fans will love the rare collection of English lead crystal cider glasses on display that date back to 1765. There’s also a visit to the orchard where the crisp, Herefordshire apples begin their lives. A fun afternoon (and they do a cracking Ploughman’s at the café too).
Information on Hereford Cider Museum , 21 Ryelands Street , Hereford
|Opening Times:||All year, Mon to Sat & BH Weekends & the Cidermaking Festival weekend. Apr to Oct 10:00-17:00, Nov to Mar 11:00-15:00.|
|Admission:||Adult £5.50, Child/Student £3.00, Concession £5.00. Group rates available.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||West of Hereford off the A438 Brecon Road. Satnav HR4 0EF|
Coaches welcome, Disabled Access to ground floor only, Gift Shop, Meeting rooms for hire, Parking available, Tea Room
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Sat 19 Oct 2013 – Sun 20 Oct 2013
Cidermaking Festival, see demonstrations of traditional cidermaking, coopering and blacksmithying. Beekeeping exhibition and tutored cider tastings. Fun day out for all the family.
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