Local in the heart of the City, Worcester Cathedral in one of England's loveliest cathedrals, with Royal Tombs, Medieval Cloisters, an ancient crypt and Chapter House and magnificent Victorian stained glass.
Broadway Tower, Worcestershire
The gateway to Worcestershire, Broadway Tower is a unique Capability Brown Folly Tower open to visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location.
Malvern Hills, Worcestershire
The Malvern Hills boast some of the most spectacular views in the Midlands and is a great place for walking, running, cycling or just enjoying the countryside.
Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster to Bridgenorth
Severn Valley Railway boasts one of the largest collections of working steam locomotives and coaches and takes passengers through the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
West Midland Safari & Leisure Park, Bewdley
The award-winning West Midland Safari Park has 1700 magical animal encounters and four miles of safari, home to Indian Rhino; Cheetah; Lions; Tigers; Giraffe and Elephants.
Welcome to the official Visit Worcestershire website - full of tourist information for Worcestershire for all the things you need to know to help plan day trips, short breaks or family holidays in Worcestershire - a beautiful West Midlands county.
You can explore the vast amount of attractions and things to see and do, enjoy the great outdoors including the beautiful countryside and the many waterways, discover more about the history and heritage of the area including; Worcester's part in the English Civil War, an array of historic houses and a steam railway. There is also plenty to do for the whole family and unique shopping experiences. The county is also renowned for its sports including premiership rugby, first division cricket, basketball and horse-racing fixtures.
Accommodation providers offer a mixture of facilities whatever your budget for holidays in Worcestershire, including country house hotels, B&B's, self catering, camping and caravanning sites.
Worcestershire is famous for its local Food and Drink Produce and it's not just the sauce. Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes across the county serve local food and drink produce ensuring an authentic Worcestershire experience.
You can also search for many Festivals and Events happening throughout the year.
Let Worcestershire Tourist Information help you make your holiday in Worcestershire perfect!
Sat 23 Jul 2016
General Market in Angel place on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday's with a fabulous mix of goods as well as fresh produce and street food.
Sat 23 - Sun 24 Jul 2016
Free entry indoor Craft Fair with genuine professional and semi-professional artists and crafters. This craft fair is also the official permanent supplier of AEJ Malvern jewellery.
Sat 23 - Sat 30 Jul 2016
The Three Choirs Festival is the oldest continuously running classical choral music festival in the world, rotating annually between Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester.
Sun 24 Jul 2016
Classic Vehicle Day moves to a brand new summer spot! Classic vehicles from yesteryear on display at our stations along the line promises to be a great line-up of vehicles from yesteryear.
Wed 27 Jul 2016
Themed, pottery sessions for 4yrs &up. Clay modelling, potter’s wheel or work with coloured slip.
Sun 31 Jul 2016
An Archery GB qualified instructor will show you how to shoot a 'Recurve Bow' with as much time spent shooting arrows as possible. All bows, arrows and safety equipment are supplied.
Mon 1 - Sat 6 Aug 2016
An exhibition of period costume from British TV and film, set in Worcester Cathedral's stunning 12th century Chapter House.
Sat 6 - Sun 7 Aug 2016
An event day to complement the 'WAY OF THE WARRIOR' exhibition at Forge Mill, featuring Roman and Ancient Briton combat re-enactors.
Mon 8 - Sun 14 Aug 2016
They are two local artists with diverse styles and approach to their art hence the title of the show
Tue 9 - Sun 14 Aug 2016
Roll up, roll up, the circus returns to Webbs, Wychbold this summer with a fantastic new show. Circus shows are very popular, book online at www.webbs.co.uk, or purchase in store.
Fri 12 - Sun 14 Aug 2016
The 2016 festival will take place on the weekend of 12th August. Further details and line up will be announced soon.
Sat 13 Aug 2016
Be introduced to the rich history of Royal Worcester by Worcester Porcelain enthusiast Jane Tudge.
Sat 13 - Sun 14 Aug 2016
History comes alive - from the Vikings to World War II
Sun 14 Aug 2016
Trading since October 1998, Teme Valley Market is one of the oldest farmer's markets in the country. Situated in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside alongside the River Teme, it is easily accessible with free parking.
Mon 15 Aug 2016
Swan Theatre poet-in-residence Ben Parker is hosting this Worcester Festival open mic night. Come along and read some of your own work, or just listen and enjoy a varied and exciting evening of poetry.
Thu 18 Aug 2016
When Shakespeare died, he famously left his wife Anne only one thing… the second best bed.
Sun 28 Aug 2016
Join us for an afternoon of ancient music in the great hall in a lovely historic setting. Imagine what life was like for the Lords of the manor as the rooms are filled by the sound of these historic instruments.
Local Tourism News
22 July 2016
Elgar’s music is woven into Worcestershire, with pieces such as ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ and ‘Enigma Variations’ still capturing the public’s interest.
21 July 2016
Upton Blues Festival 2016 was an absolute blast. With more visitors, more campers, more bands and just more of everything, even the weather came good to give 20,000+ visitors to the riverside town the weekend of the year.
20 July 2016
The Crown and Sandys in Ombersley, owned by Worcester-based pub group Scoff & Quaff, has been named as Worcestershire’s favourite by Pub & Bar Magazine in its 2016 National Pub and Bar Awards.
18 July 2016
Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle is running an inexpensive calendar of fun for the whole family this summer.
The 17th Century Dormy House Hotel is set high in the rolling Cotswold countryside between the picturesque villages of Broadway and Chipping Campden.
Hotel with 38 rooms, £250-£490 prpnb
Contemporary country style with a splash of Scandi design inspiration. The Fish’s 47 bedrooms are easy on the eye and soothing to the soul…
Guest Accommodation with 47 rooms, £125 pppnb, £125 prpnb
Stanbrook Abbey is an iconic former monastery nestled in 21 acres of Worcestershire countryside which has now been converted to a luxury wedding and conference venue.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £700 pupn sleeps 10