Visit Upton Upon Severn

Upton upon Severn is a lively little town that owes its existence to the River Severn. There are numerous pubs and hotels, many along the river, which provide a variety of fine ales and good food. In the 19th Century these used to serve the men who worked on the boats carrying goods to and from the port of Bristol. In Church Street you will find the Heritage Centre, known locally as the Pepperpot due to its copper cupola on top of a tower which is all that is left of a church dating back to the 13thCentury.

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Love Upton upon Severn

The bridge in Upton, originally constructed of wood was replaced at the start of the Second World War. Upton stages many festivals throughout the year, Folk, Jazz, Blues, and world music, which attract people from far and wide.

Every year Upton enters the RHS Heart of England in Bloom, has been nominated three times for Britain in Bloom and often receives Gold Awards. There are numerous places to eat, walks by the river and around, interesting little shops, an internationally famous map shop, a marina, boat trips, and a water taxi to Tewkesbury and back on Wednesdays throughout the summer.

Upton Upon Severn Tourist information Centre

Upton Heritage Centre
Church Street
Upton upon Severn
Telephone: +44 (0) 1684 594200
Fax: +44 (0) 1684 594185

Opening Times:
1 April - 30 September Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 10am-5pm
1 October - 31 March Mon, Fri, Sat 10am - 4pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year's Day



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