Visits are currently suspended.
The Society arranges visits for our members and guests to places of general genealogical or historic interest like archives, record offices and museums. As an example we go to The National Archives (TNA) at Kew in West London. The National Archives hold 11 million documents and records going back over 1,000 years of history. We usually arrange a visit at some point during the year. When we go to TNA, we can also accommodate those who would like to go to Kew Gardens instead of the archives. We make an extra stop at the gates of the Gardens on our way to TNA.
Visits to other places of local historical interest are also arranged.
For those long distance visits we arrange a coach. For these trips we pick up our guests at Pickersleigh Road, Malvern and Croft Road, Worcester, as both have ample car parking spaces.
We are always looking for ideas for future visits, so please let us know if you have any suggestions. We can not guarantee to go but we will consider them.