Holst Victorian House
Explore life in Cheltenham’s only Victorian home open to all, the birthplace of composer Gustav Holst in 1874.
In Holst Victorian House you can explore the lives of some of the inhabitants, including Holst’s parents, both in Victorian and more modern times. The house is a time capsule of 19th century life with a working Victorian kitchen, Victorian bedroom, scullery and nursery.
Composer Gustav Holst’s life and times can be discovered in his Music Room, complete with the piano on which he composed The Planets.
The museum hosts a range of exhibitions, events and children’s activities throughout the year, including its popular ‘Bake Back in Time’ events using the working coal-fired range.
Whether or not you have visited before, Holst Victorian House look forward to welcoming you to 4 Clarence Road and sharing with you the experience of living in a Victorian home.
Open 3 days a week (Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 to 16:00. Last admissions 3.30pm.
While we welcome visitors at any time during normal opening hours, there is a maximum number we can admit at any one time. Therefore, advance booking is recommended to ensure admission at a particular time.
Walk-in visitors will be admitted providing the museum is not over-crowded.
£10 for all adults (annual pass)
Under 16s go free
4 Clarence Rd, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL52 2AY