The Firs: Elgar's Birthplace is a museum in the city of Worcester, England. The museum is dedicated to the composer Edward Elgar and is located in his first home. The museum was established in 1934 to celebrate Elgar's life. Its collection consists of around 11,000 letters from and to Elgar, his friends and family; proofs, programmes and other items connected with Elgar's music; family photographs and scrapbooks; items connected to his travels and to his hobbies; personal possessions and awards and honours.
The museum is situated in Upper Broadheath which is west of Worcester city centre. If travelling by car, there is on street parking available by the museum. The 308 and 420 buses stop at the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open to the public daily 10am-5pm. Admission is set at £8 for adults and £5.10 for children.