Family Fun in Worcestershire
There are a variety of Activities including Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure in the Wyre Forest available for older children. By exploring the countryside visitors will come across play grounds and assault courses at country parks and in the towns there are various activity centres for younger children including soft play areas.
|Mon 16 Jan||A street Cat Named Bob at Artrix, Bromsgrove|
|Mon 16 Jan||General Market at Angel Place, Worcester|
|Tue 17 Jan||Bewdley Public House Treasure Hunt at The Mug House Inn, Bewdley|
|Tue 17 Jan||Evesham Town Centre Market at Evesham Town Centre, Evesham|
|Tue 17 Jan||This Girl Can at University of Worcester, Worcester|
|Tue 17 Jan||Worcester Film Makers at Perdiswell Young Peoples’ Leisure Club, Worcester|
|Wed 18 Jan||Florence Foster Jenkins at The Norbury Theatre, Droitwich|
|Wed 18 Jan||Marzy's Jamming Night at Marrs Bar, Worcester|
|Thu 19 Jan||Anthropoid at St. George's Hall, Bewdley|
|Thu 19 Jan||Panorama Open Day at Croome (National Trust), Worcester|
Visit a 500 year old building showing its life over the centuries from weaving, tavern, school clinic and WWII ARP/billeting station.
Home to over 90 buses & battery-electric vehicles, mostly Midlands related. Open at weekends from the end of March until the end of October. Bus rides & miniature steam trains operating on Bank Holidays and other event days.
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire is an award-winning open-air museum with a collection of 30 rescued and restored buildings spanning seven centuries of history.
A glorious Grade I listed building dating back to the 12th century. The Commandery has a long and varied history.
The County Museum tells Worcestershire's story from prehistory to the twentieth century & is housed in the magnificent surroundings of Hartlebury Castle.
Great Witley Parish Church has the most stunning interior of any Baroque church in England. There is a display about the history of the court and church. Highly Commended in the Hudson's Heritage Awards 2015 in the Hidden Gem category
A day out to appeal to anyone who loves their garden, Holloways is much more than a garden centre.
A National Trust Property. A late 14th Century moated Manor House with an attractive detached half-timbered gatehouse, a rare example of this type of structure. Ruins of a 12th Century Chapel.