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If a spot of retail therapy is your thing, Worcestershire will not disappoint!

You can shop until you drop on the High Street in Worcester City – with a variety of chains on offer, as well as a huge array of independent shops and boutiques to find some unique gifts (or more importantly, treats for yourself).

The Counties Market Towns offer a range of shops and local curiosities as well as a multitude of antique shops, arts and crafts retailers and craft centres where visitors can buy something unique to remember their visit.

There are also plenty of opportunities to purchase local food and drink produce grown locally. Asparagus, plums and apples are a particular favourite amongst residents and visitors and these can be purchased from market towns, farmers markets and smaller specialist shops.

For town centre information and maps, visit our ‘Worcestershire Towns’ section.

Webbs Garden Centre

Wychbold

Webbs, Wychbold is one of the biggest garden centres in the UK and has been awarded Garden Centre of the Year three times. Catering for all your garden and home needs you can spend an afternoon exploring the craft items, gifts, foodie offerings or enjoying the café – before you even get to the plants!

The Valley

Evesham

For a rural shopping experience with a difference, plan a visit to the Valley. Set in the beautiful Worcestershire Countryside this shopping development boats over 22 shops, a fabulous garden centre and 3 places to dine. With free parking, activity days and even a Light Railway for the kids – this place ticks boxes for the whole family.

Crowngate Shopping Centre

Worcester

CrownGate is divided into two separate shopping areas and a food quarter; Friary Walk and Chapel Walk. Whether it’s world famous brands, high street names or unique one off pieces, CrownGate has something for everyone.

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  • Evesham

    A 14th Century building, once part of the medieval Abbey complex, now home to a unique and eclectic collection that tells the story of the area from the prehistoric to the present day.
  • Redditch

    Donatello’s Ice cream is a small family business with over 30 years experience of putting smiles on faces.
  • Evesham

    The Quintessential English Pub, owned by the National Trust and run with a love of tradition.
  • Upton upon Severn

    A family run business based in Worcestershire. You can get our extensive range of British Puddings direct, from Farmer's Markets or a growing number of suppliers.
  • Worcester

    The Teme Valley Brewery opened in 1997 at The Talbot Inn, Knightwick next to the River Teme. Family owned and in The Heart of Worcestershire Hop Growing Region.
  • Droitwich

    Webbs, Wychbold is one of the biggest garden centres in the UK and has been awarded Garden Centre of the Year three times! Catering for all your garden and home needs.
  • Ledbury

    Westons Cider is situated in the Herefordshire countryside on the A449 between Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye. Guided Mill Tours at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm and 3.30pm daily. Cider Shop open daily. Free Parking, Free Play Park.
  • Kidderminster

    Discover Worcestershire's story, explore the magnificent grounds, and follow in the footsteps of Royalty as you enjoy a visit to Hartlebury Castle and Worcestershire County Museum.
  • Malvern

    With over 250 days of events throughout the year, everyone can enjoy a great day out at the Three Counties Showground.
  • Webbs, West Hagley is the perfect local garden centre where you can pick up essentials for your garden. Lovely cafe and good range of concessions on site.
  • Worcester

    A beautiful 30 acre garden for all tastes and ages offering one of the largest private collections of plants outside the major botanical gardens. Enjoy glorious gardens, a deer park and wonderful Tea Room serving lunches and afternoon teas.
  • Worcester

    This 'Capability' Brown landscape has acres of parkland waiting to be discovered. Explore Croome Court which stands proudly at it's heart or visit our restored wartime buildings now a RAF museum and Visitor Centre with children's play areas.
  • Worcester

    Encounter the past brought to life in a beautiful Grade I listed building with an 800 year history. The Commandery is most famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
  • Kidderminster

    Harvington Hall is a moated manor house with rare Elizabethan wall paintings & the largest series of priests' hiding places in the country.
  • Worcester

    Garden Centre with tropical cold water fish section and cafe.

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