There really is no perfect time to visit Worcestershire due to having so much on offer!
The countryside, rolling hills of Malvern or Clent and the expansive woodland of Wyre Forest are a walker's dream with the changing landscape and colours during Spring or Autumn; not forgetting Arley Arboretum - once voted one of the best places in Britain to see the autumn colours.
If alfresco food and drink or meandering around quintessential towns and villages is more your thing...
You will be spoilt for choice with either the vibrant city of Worcester, pretty riverside town of Bewdley or picturesque Broadway - the perfect chocolate box village for a perfect summer’s day or evening.
When it comes to winter; the sights, smells and sounds of Christmas come alive at the infamous Victorian Fayre!
Drift back in time and see how Christmas might have looked 150 years ago as Victorian characters fill the historic streets of Worcester complete with 200 stalls, ample street food and a traditional carousel and fun fair.
Looking for family fun?
Open all year round with changing events to suit the season, the kids will be perfectly entertained with ‘what’s on’ at the many family attractions in the area. Perhaps a visit to Attwell Farm Park during live lambing season or a journey on the Severn Valley Railway Santa Train during the festive period?
A stay in one of the Safari Lodges at the West Midland Safari Park really can be enjoyed no matter what the season – as who wouldn’t want to wake up to a giraffe or elephant each morning!
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