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WorcesterA 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.
- The birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar is most definitely home to ‘Land of Hope and Glory’.
EveshamA 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.
KidderminsterHarvington Hall is a moated manor house with rare Elizabethan wall paintings & the largest series of priests' hiding places in the country.
WorcesterWorcester Racecourse, with its picturesque tree-lined track and unique position nestling on the banks of the River Severn, offers a great day out for all the family with racedays taking place from May - October.
WorcesterStep 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.
DroitwichDiscover the history of Droitwich Spa from salt town to modern day. BBC radio room, brass rubbing, souvenirs, comprehensive Tourist Information Centre.
WorcesterAn interactive exhibition combining history, science, art and technology to explore the medical stories of one of England’s oldest infirmaries. The British Medical Association was founded in the Board Room in 1832.
DroitwichWebbs, 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.
StourbridgeA Grade 1 Georgian house containing a fine collection of 18th century portraits and furniture. Home of Viscount & Viscountess Cobham.
LedburyEastnor Castle is a fairytale Georgian castle, dramatically situated in the foothills of the Malverns.
BewdleyDiscover a Worcestershire wonderland of rare trees, walled gardens and child-friendly attractions. Easy to get around and with lovely tea rooms, a great day out for all the family.
KidderminsterAward winning Arboretum, beautifully landscaped set within a working farm, five miles of paths lead around lakes & through valleys.
KidderminsterTake 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!
Upton upon SevernLargest passenger vessel operating on the River Severn offering quality day & evening cruises for 20 to 200 passengers.