Immerse yourself in the unique heritage on offer in Malvern, including ancient iron-age hill-forts at British Camp and Midsummer Hill, a tour of the Morgan Motor Factory, Elgar’s Birthplace Museum and Visitor Centre, as well as historic houses and museums telling the idiosyncratic stories from around the local area from days gone by.
You can also visit a former Benedictine monastery at Stanbrook Abbey, a fairy-tale castle, a stately home ruin and distinctive churches, including Britain’s finest Baroque church with ceiling paintings by Antonio Bellucci (1654–1726) at Great Witley.
You can also explore the historic streets of Great Malvern to view the outstanding architecture, where you can also walk the Route To The Hills Trail from Great Malvern Railway Station up through Great Malvern with information boards on display, or take a Malvern Town Walk with Malvern Civic Society. Whilst you’re in Malvern, have a mooch around our independent shops and purchase yourself something special or a gift for a family member or friend, or visit an arts or farmers’ market for some more locally sourced produce.
Head to Malvern Tourist Information Centre for information on what to see and do, attractions, festivals and events and the huge selection of walking and cycling routes around the area.
Malvern Tourist Information Centre
The Lyttelton Well Courtyard
6 Church Street