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 Bridgnorth
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 18 - Sat 25 Feb 2017
An exciting new exhibition telling the tragic story of Henry VIII's older brother through an interactive dramatized audio-tour in the Dean's Chapel.
Mon 20 Feb 2017
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.
Mon 20 - Sat 25 Feb 2017
Join us over February Half Term for some great crafty activities.
Mon 20 Feb 2017
Join us to make beautiful nature boxes for your treasures. We will explore our wonderful collection of shells, rocks and minerals for inspiration, and use lots of natural materials for the make.
Tue 21 Feb 2017
Become an archaeologist for the day and reveal the secrets of the building through archaeological investigation and recording.
Tue 21 Feb 2017
Discover the sights, sounds and smells of Georgian life as you follow our free interactive sensory trail around St Swithun's
Wed 22 Feb 2017
An ideal opportunity for aspiring young potters to work with professional, ceramic artists. Experience ‘hands on’ real clay with an exciting variety of making techniques.
Wed 22 Feb 2017
A guided tour of the former Worcester Royal Infirmary building.
Thu 23 Feb 2017
Back in 2009, Jonny Miller, Chris Lloyd, Peter Anderson and Keith Buck began a labour of love
Tue 28 Feb 2017
Pancakes all day in the Farmhouse Restaurant
Sat 4 - Sun 5 Mar 2017
Elizabethan Living History.
Local Tourism News
16 February 2017
A rare Rothschild’s giraffe has been born at West Midland Safari Park - the third baby welcomed into the herd in just six months.
15 February 2017
Mrs Henry Wood (Ellen Wood) was born in Worcester in 1814 and has a memorial in Worcester Cathedral.
She wrote over 100 short stories and 30 novels and became one of the bestselling writers of popular fiction during the 19th Century. She was seminal as a writer of sensational fiction, stories packed full of mystery, crime and melodrama which came into vogue in the 1860s.
9 February 2017
The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery when it opens its doors on the 10th of February , following its usual winter closure, will begin a programme to add new displays to offer its visitors an even greater insight into the history of Broadway.
1 February 2017
A family of gigantic pterosaurs, have soared into the grounds of West Midland Safari Park and made it their new home, just in time for half term.