We love groups visiting Quaker Tapestry! Your ‘red carpet’ welcome awaits you…

First of all, groups visiting Quaker Tapestry will receive a warm welcome. Inside our Grade II* Listed Georgian Meeting House you will be treated to a short introductory talk, by one of our volunteer guides, about how the Quaker Tapestry project began.

The Georgian Meeting House has some unusual architectural features.  Such as the large wooded screens that divide the two ground floor meeting rooms. There has been a Quaker Meeting House on the site since 1688. Frances Webster a well-known architect built the house in 1816. Click here for information about accessibility and our full Access Statement.

Groups Visiting Quaker Tapestry

We have all the facilities you would expect of an award-winning venue, and our trained staff and volunteers can help you plan the perfect day out for your group.


Discount admission tickets for groups

Our group rate is based on a minimum of 15 paying people arriving together as a pre-booked visit (irrespective of their ages or concessions). Group leader and coach driver can enjoy free entry.
If your group number falls below 15 you will be subject to our minimum charge for 15 people.

Ticket Collection & Payment:

Payment on the day can only be made by a single transaction using debit/credit card, cheque or cash.

The on-site cafe is not in operation at the moment but we can provide tea, coffee and biscuits if it is pre-booked in advance of your visit.

Please contact our helpful staff team for details.

How much time will you need for your group visit?

To make the most of your visit, please allow your group at least one and a half hours to enjoy the exhibition. We recommend staying longer to enjoy the other displays, building, gardens and tea/coffee biscuits if you have pre-booked this.

As well as the many panels of embroidery, visitors can enjoy additional displays, large screen films and interactive features, and use our free multi lingual audio guides to enhance their visit.

Accessible for all

We offer a warm welcome to everyone at the Quaker Tapestry and the Museum is professionally designed with facilities for all. We have step-free access via the Stramongate entrance to the building and the whole Exhibition area, including the shop and cafe, is easily accessible to wheelchair users. We also have toilet facilities for all. Click here to see our full Access Statement

Please see our Cafe page for information on opening times and days: The Garden Cafe

Gift Shop

We have a wide range of gifts in our shop, to suit all ages, interests and budgets. Choose a memento of your visit, take your embroidery to the next level with books and kits, or purchase the perfect gift for family and friends.

Coach drop off points

There is a convenient coach drop off point directly outside our Stramongate entrance, with parking for coaches situated 2 minutes walk away at Blackhall Road. Directions and a map can be found on our Directions page.

Book your group visit now

We would be happy to help you plan a visit for your group. To book or talk through your plans for your day

email to info@quaker-tapestry.co.uk

telephone on 01539 722975

We look forward to welcoming your group at the Quaker Tapestry Museum.

“We were entranced not only by the Tapestry panels and the social history on display but also by the ambience of the Meeting House, the interpretation and information made available to us. It is a very good memory for us.”

Sutton Coldfield Ladies’ Gardening Club