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Malvern Hills (Colwall)
Ranked #1 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Worcestershire Beacon (Great Malvern)
Ranked #2 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Great Witley Church (Great Witley)
Ranked #3 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Ranked #4 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Royal Tombs, the first round Chapter House, Architecture through the ages, beautiful Norman Crypt. New: Telling the Story... more » Owner description: Royal Tombs, the first round Chapter House, Architecture through the ages, beautiful Norman Crypt. New: Telling the Story -Visit the Crypt Exhibition, explore our interactive touch screens, use our mobile App Trails. Find out about the Cathedral's Anglo-Saxon roots, special saints, glorious musical heritage - and much more. Sunday Eucharist 10.30Am, Daily Evensong/Evening Prayer 5.30Pm weekdays, 4pm Sundays. Free admission. Turn up for a Tour from May to end November Monday - Saturday 11am & 2.30Pm and November to end April Saturdays 11am & 2.30Pm. Tower open (weather permitting) Saturdays from April to end of October, school summer holidays and Bank Holidays. « less
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Museum of Carpet (Kidderminster)
Ranked #5 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Museums
Owner description: We are inside Stour Vale Mill, a beautiful Grade 2 listed building. The Mill was built in 1855 as a carpet factory and until... more » Owner description: We are inside Stour Vale Mill, a beautiful Grade 2 listed building. The Mill was built in 1855 as a carpet factory and until recently it was part of Woodward Grosvenor, carpet manufacturers. We are the only museum in the country that is devoted to carpets and carpet making. Kidderminster has had close association with the carpet industry from the 1700s. The Carpet Museum Trust was established in 1981. As the industry contracted, the Trust began to collect machinery, artefacts, archives and libraries from the numerous firms in the town. The Trust now has a good collection of machinery showing the important stages in the technical development of carpet making as well as ancillary equipment. There are collections of archives in a variety of forms, ledgers, board minutes, deeds, accounts that have also been acquired from many of the companies around the town. There is also a collection of around 3000 carpet designs, many by significant designers such as Charles Voysey, Edouard Glorget and Bernat Klein. The samples of rugs and carpets illustrate most of the types of carpets, the different fibres and dyes, and the changing styles of design. « less
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Ranked #6 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
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Witley Court & Gardens (Great Witley)
Ranked #7 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens
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Harvington Hall (Harvington)
Ranked #8 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Gheluvelt Park (Worcester)
Ranked #9 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Nature and Parks
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Great Malvern Priory (Great Malvern)
Ranked #10 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
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All Things Wild (Honeybourne)
Ranked #11 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Farms
Owner description: "All Things Wild" is an all weather family attraction with something for everyone, with a range of animals to see and learn... more » Owner description: "All Things Wild" is an all weather family attraction with something for everyone, with a range of animals to see and learn about including raccoon dogs, reptiles, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, alpacas, llamas, pigs, wallabies and more. Indoor and outdoor play areas keep children entertained along with pedal go-karts, bug land, pond dipping, den building, guinea pig fishing, stamp trails, arts and crafts, indoor pedal tractors and animal handling! Celebrate your birthday with us and we will make it a day to remember. With your own party host, lots of fun activities and entrance to the nature centre for the rest of the day! We offer educational visits and packages for schools and other groups.Bring a packed lunch or enjoy delicious cakes and lunches from our on site café. For more information please visit our website. « less
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Bewdley Museum (Bewdley)
Ranked #12 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Museums
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Herefordshire Beacon (Great Malvern)
Ranked #13 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #14 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: An open-air museum of 30 rescued historic buildings which have been dismantled and moved from around the counties of the West... more » Owner description: An open-air museum of 30 rescued historic buildings which have been dismantled and moved from around the counties of the West Midlands to prevent their destruction. Set in 19 acres of attractive parkland these buildings show how the people of the region have lived, worked and played over the last 700 years. « less
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Ranked #15 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Specialty Museums
The birthplace of this famous composer now houses an extensive collection of Elgar memorabilia.
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Tudor House (Worcester)
Ranked #16 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: This beautiful 16th century building in the heart of historic Friar Street is run as a museum by volunteers. Displays focus... more » Owner description: This beautiful 16th century building in the heart of historic Friar Street is run as a museum by volunteers. Displays focus on the house's past, as a home to Tudor weavers through to its use as an ARP Warden's office in WW2, and a school clinic thereafter. A cafe serves tea, coffee and wrapped cakes on vintage bone china. There is a Tudor Rat trail for children. Open Wednesday and Saturday 10-4, and Thursdays in the summer. « less
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Ranked #17 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Nature and Parks
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Croome Park (Worcester)
Ranked #18 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Nature and Parks
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Arley Arboretum (Upper Arley)
Ranked #19 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
Owner description: These beautiful historic gardens and arboretum dating back to the late 1700's are surrounded by over 1600 acres of... more » Owner description: These beautiful historic gardens and arboretum dating back to the late 1700's are surrounded by over 1600 acres of countryside within the picturesque village of Upper Arley beside the river Severn. In addition to providing wonderful walks through the grounds there are walks along the banks of the river, all set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside with far reaching views. Go back in time and watch the Severn Valley Railway trains steam across the hill from one of the magnificent signposted walks. It is a garden that provides the ideal day out for you and your family, a dream escape from the bustle of everyday life. Our proximity to Birmingham, Kidderminster, Wolverhampton, Worcester, the Malverns and Cotswolds makes us the ideal attraction for individuals and groups alike. The estate offers plenty to do for all ages from the Italian garden with its fountain for the adults, to the dinosaur and fairy trails and maze for the young ones. Arley Estate and Arboretum also provides a unique venue for your wedding reception, civil ceremony, or partnership. There is more to Arley Estate and Arboretum than just a garden. It can also be used for corporate hospitality, promotional and photographic shoots and filming. Furthermore, there is a wonderful tea room, where you can buy a light lunch or full, traditional afternoon tea. We hope you enjoy your visit to Arley Arboretum and Garden and thank you for taking time to look at our Trip Advisor page. « less
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Ranked #20 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Museums
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Ranked #21 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Museums; Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Specialty Museums
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Droitwich Spa Lido (Droitwich)
Ranked #22 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Water Parks; Amusement Parks
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Hanbury Hall (Worcester)
Ranked #23 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #24 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Marinas; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #25 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Wyre Forest (Bewdley)
Ranked #26 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Forests; Nature and Parks
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Little Owl Farm Park (Stourport on Severn)
Ranked #27 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Farms; Landmarks
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Ranked #28 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #29 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Traveler Resources
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Regal Cinema (Tenbury Wells)
Ranked #30 of 91 attractions in Worcestershire
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Regal Cinema in Tenbury Wells opened in 1937. Since then it has provided cinema entertainment for the town and the... more » Owner description: The Regal Cinema in Tenbury Wells opened in 1937. Since then it has provided cinema entertainment for the town and the surrounding area, under commercial and volunteer-run groups. Today, the Regal is owned by Tenbury Town Council and operates as a multi-use arts venue run by the Regal Tenbury Trust. Visitors are welcome to drop in and experience the beautiful Art Deco murals in the auditorium and the small cinema museum free of charge whenever the box office is open and no film or performance is taking place. « less
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