Autumn and winter activities and events

Welcome to The Master's House autumn/winter season. We are delighted to be offering another great selection of events and activities across a range of subjects. We now have regular exhibitions in the Panelled Room which is available to book. So if you are an artist, school teacher or part of a group who wants to hold an exhibition, get in touch. Have a look through the brochure and put some dates in your diary, we'd love to see you! Find out what's on in the activities and events leaflet.

Image of outside of newly restored Master's House, Ledbury

Opening times

  • Monday - 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Tuesday - 9.30am-6pm
  • Wednesday - closed
  • Thursday - 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Friday - 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Saturday - 9.30am-12.30pm
  • Sunday - closed

Image of newly restored interior room at Master's House, Ledbury

Your comments

“Remarkable! You have done real honour to the building but still created a bright, modern, accessible library – and everything is done to such a high standard.”

“What a lovely place – congratulations to all involved in the restoration. A really positive addition to Ledbury. As one who originally felt the place would be better demolished, I have completely changed my opinion!”

“Wonderful. Enjoy the juxta position of ancient timber, modern wood for shelves etc. V. sympathetic design”

Image of books in passage at Master's House, Ledbury

Get involved!

Join the Friends of The Masters House

The Friends of the Master’s House are a group of volunteers who are passionate about The Master’s House and its place in the past, present and future of Ledbury.

It was their enthusiasm, dedication and determination that saved The Master’s House from falling into disrepair and saw its transformation into the vibrant, thriving hub that it is today.

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Rachel Lambert is the heritage and volunteering co-ordinator for the Master's House Project. You can contact Rachel on: