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  • Kidderminster

    Take an exciting steam train ride along the Severn Valley Railway's scenic 16-mile span from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth. Explore historic stations, enjoy interactive exhibitions, experience fantastic events and much more!
  • Worcester

    Worcester Warriors a great place to come and visit whether you’re a diehard supporter or just want to try something different.
  • Bewdley

    West Midland Safari Park has a great line up of fantastic family entertainment for the summer season this year.
  • Kidderminster

    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

    Enjoy a memorable day out with your group in an atmospheric Grade I listed building with fascinating connections to the English Civil War. Discover Worcester in 1651, explore the magnificent building and gardens and have a bite to eat
  • Worcester

    Step back in time to a bygone age of great wealth when the house played host to royal parties. Enjoy the beautiful gardens & lake, woodland walks, amazing fountains - a magical world for children to explore.
  • Worcester

    Greyfriars is a beautiful timber-framed Merchant's house built in 1480 and saved from demolition in the 1940's.
  • Ledbury

    Eastnor Castle is a fairytale Georgian castle, dramatically situated in the foothills of the Malverns.
  • Bromsgrove

    Avoncroft is an award-winning open-air museum with a collection of rescued historic buildings spanning 700 years of history. Also home to the National Telephone Kiosk Collection.
  • Worcester

    Great Witley Parish Church has the most stunning interior of any Baroque church in England. Attached to, although not part of, English Heritage's Witley Court, entry is free and there is a display about the history of the court and church.
  • Bromsgrove

    Artrix provides a year round programme of music, theatre, cinema, drama and comedy in its 300 seat auditorium.
  • Bromsgrove

    Home to over 90 buses & battery-electric vehicles, mostly Midlands related. Open at weekends and Bank Holidays from the end of March until the end of October, plus Wednesdays during local school holidays.
  • Worcester

    A 90-minute historical walking tour about the making of Worcester which is led by one of its past characters.
  • The Elgar Birthplace Museum offers a fascinating insight into the life and music, family and friends, and musical inspirations of Sir Edward Elgar.

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