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#1 of 2 things to do in Kinver
... is a lovely classic British pub situated just out of the centre of Kinver, we tried Pearl Jet Stout for the first time which we would recommend, the atmosphere in the pub was nice and relaxed it is worth a visit.
Excellent location just on the edge of Kinver village only 2 minutes walk away, with the added advantage of its own free car park.

Museum of Carpet

Kidderminster, UK 4.8 mi away
#1 of 21 things to do in Kidderminster
In the meantime we have a lovely (and very reasonably priced) wilton rug from the gift shop, woven on the museum's own loom as a memento.
Knowledgeable and friendly volunteers were able to demonstrate how the carpets were made.

Wild Zoological Park

Wolverhampton, UK 5.3 mi away
#2 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Fantastic place lovely, and clean staff lovely and friendly great ,price amazing animals well cared for and the bird show amazing our family will be going again soon really easy to find
The love and care for the animals is amazing, the education value for children is just brilliant, and the work these guys are doing here and abroad towards wildlife conservation is phenomenal.

Clent Hills

Clent, UK 7.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Clent
The Rangers have done so much work these last years and it is a lovely day out with good pubs and resteraunts plus....the café at the top car park for scrummy sandwiches.
Lovely walk with good views, friendly people, perfect for dogs and the best sausage and egg sandwich I can remember having!

Bewdley Museum

Bewdley, UK 6.4 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Bewdley
... read and learn about, talks by the staff about the air raid shelter used in WW2, art gallery, cafe, small workshops, lovely gardens to walk around or sit on a bench and soak up some sun rays, well worth a visit.
We stopped for a coffee break in Bewdley and what a fantastic find this museum was there is a lovely cafe and you can walk into the Jubilee Gardens and a beautifully arranged museum.

Lickey Hills Country Park

Birmingham, UK 11.1 mi away
#14 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
I am lucky enough to Live in The Lickey Hills,such a lovely spot,some great walks,and an adventure playground for the children.There is also a Vistors centre,with a cafe.
Great for dog walkers or just for a stroll with plenty of wildlife to be found in the quieter parts.

Wolves Museum

Wolverhampton, UK 10.4 mi away
#1 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
I could spend hours in the museum highly recommended for all Wolves fans Our tour guide deserves a mention Stefan did a sterling job ....well done
A great day out , well worth a visit.
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The Falconry Centre

Hagley, UK 4.4 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Hagley
We went to The Falconry Center for the Owl Flying Experience Hour - it was for my wife’s birthday and she loved it, loved it, can I say loved it - fantastic place, great visit and great staff.
We went today 25/4/17 as birthday gift from my hubby , absolutely lovely it, different kind of prey , staff were very friendly and Abbi was fantastic ... My favourite was Cash the eagle owl he was fab .

Banks's Park Brewery

Wolverhampton, UK 10.0 mi away
#3 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Afternoon tour round the brewery was fantastic, our tour guide Bob was full of fasinating history of the brewery, and we were lucky enough to sample a few beers, lovely gifts in the well stocked gift shop highly r...
We had fun whilst learning a lot about the beer-making process, the brewery’s history and local history - and learning to pull a pint whilst sampling the beer was a cosy end to the tour.

Bridgnorth Castle Hill Railway

Bridgnorth, UK 9.5 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Bridgnorth
What a fantastic FUN-Filled ride with fantastic views overlooking the River Severn and it's bridge,, and also the stunning views of the surrounding area.
The set up is really wonderful, £1.60 each return and although it's a short trip the view is lovely, the equipment and carriage so beautiful and original.

Bantock House Museum

Wolverhampton, UK 9.3 mi away
#7 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Went to see the house, what a great place, free entry, loads to see, a really interesting and informative place, the antique shop is well worth a visit, as is the cafe, nice grounds for a walk, highly recommended
Easily combined with a visit to Wightwick Manor for a full day of Arts & Crafts fun.

Kinver Edge Rock Houses

Stourbridge, UK 0.4 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Stourbridge
Visited For the first time well worth a visit Houses in the rocks were unusual There are lovely walks as well with rocks in the woods There is also a very nice tearoom which is reasonably priced And the staff are...
A great place to visit for a couple of hours to see the caves and to learn about the lives of people who occupied the caves and to get to know the history of Kinver and the surrounding countryside.

Bridgnorth Castle and Grounds

Bridgnorth, UK 9.5 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Bridgnorth
A path runs around the edge of the cliff face overlooking the low town of Bridgnorth in a number of places, making for great photo opportunities.
Super tea stall and fabulous views of the River Severn from the elevated walk way .

Mary Stevens Park

Stourbridge, UK 3.7 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Stourbridge
This park is amazing situated in Stourbridge it has a beautiful lake and gardens and cafe, it's well worth a visit and there's an area for kids there is also many wild birds that congregate there.
Beautiful park with an outstanding coffee shop .Real family fun place .Lots for the children to do .A beautiful lake full of various water birds & fish.

West Park, Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, UK 10.2 mi away
#9 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Well maintained , lots of colour in the summer and a pleasant place to walk all year The cafe isn’t always open , there is a glass house and boating lake , lots of ducks geese swans and squirrels
Lovely park with plenty of green space and loads of waterfowl on the ponds.

Hartlebury Castle

Hartlebury, UK 7.9 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Hartlebury
Fabulous place to explore, a beautiful chapel, I loved the Queen Elizabeth Walk, nature, bird song just so tranquil, an excellent museum(Worcestershire County Museum), Castle with state rooms, truly a marvel on su...
It was a very rainy day so we didn’t get chance to explore the gardens - it’s always nice to have something to go back for, although we will definitely visit the house again too!

Sanders Park

Bromsgrove, UK 10.9 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Bromsgrove
Lovely park but very popular with dog walkers and children on bikes and scooters so please be mindful both dig walkers and parents its big enough for both to have fun and freeman but supervise both children and do...
This park has something for everyone, skate park, play area, plenty of space for games, tennis court you can hire, pond.A cafe with inside and outside seating area,good choice of hot and cold drinks and food,great...

Baggeridge Country Park

Dudley, UK 6.5 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Dudley
love a walk around here its a great place to meet new people and dog owners alike lots for the kids to have an adventure around plenty of parking space and a great cafe on site for a hot drink and snack/light bite...
... plenty of walking easy paths or walk up the torr and look over the black country towards Shropshire, ther is also a coffee shop, a play area for children and on certain days a small train you can ride on

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, UK 10.2 mi away
#10 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
A great place to visit, free admission and covers many genres of art.

Arley Arboretum

Upper Arley, UK 5.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Upper Arley
Fabulous arboretum, with some amazing gardens and excellent tea garden and grounds, well worth a visit!
... a view to have our sandwiches.A further walk round the woods and gardens then tea for two in the tearoom.The Italian Garden is a must see and would be a perfect choice for a wedding.We will be visiting again i...

Wyre Forest

Bewdley, UK 8.9 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Bewdley
My two boys had a fantastic time on the Junior Tree Top high ropes (a Go Ape Centre within the Forest) followed by a lovely, peaceful walk on one of the many trails listed for families to follow!
The forest is also great for doggie walks, they even have a doggie shower, bike rides (you can hire bikes) or just a good old fashioned walk!

Harvington Hall

Harvington, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Harvington
Excellent visit, a really well run historical attraction, very atmospheric with friendly and knowledgeable guides with many of them in period costume making for a really enjoyable visit getting a real flavour of t...
We had an excellent and informative 2 hour tour from Arthur, which brought the house to life, followed by a relaxing (though slightly pricey) lunch in the tea room (recommend the cakes!).

Bridgnorth Town Hall

Bridgnorth, UK 9.6 mi away
#4 of 22 things to do in Bridgnorth
Very photogenic and full of architectural history, highly recommended.
Well worth a visit, with free admission and lovely little cafe inside.

Drakelow Tunnels

Kidderminster, UK 1.8 mi away
#4 of 21 things to do in Kidderminster
A group of wonderful volunteers are doing their best to preserve these 3.5 miles of tunnels which have been used as a shadow factory, a cold war museum and a nuclear bunker.
A great place to visit, lots of history surrounds the place,and the volunteers are very knowledgeable.

Stourport Basins Waterside

Stourport on Severn, UK 8.3 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Stourport on Severn
Lovely place for a mooch or dog walk plenty of places for a cuppa Fish and chip are always good Weather doesn’t have to be perfect either
We had a lovely walk around the basin all very well kept lots to see , there’s a nice man selling coffee from his Narrow boat we then walked round the side of the River Severn and stopped at the Angel pub a few ya...

Saltwells Local Nature Reserve

Dudley, UK 6.0 mi away
#5 of 22 things to do in Dudley
A gorgeous urban sanctuary, with ancient trees, endangered bluebells and bats and unique sculptures - plus a cheap and cheerful family friendly pub on the doorstep.
Beautiful woodland nature reserve in middle of very built up area & the bluebells are stunning perfect escape from everyday life dogs love it too

Waseley Hills Country Park

Birmingham, UK 8.9 mi away
#37 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Husband and I walk here a lot plenty of dog walkers (mostly considerate ones )a nice little cafe to have a cuppa at and a play area and picnic area car parking very reasonable
It was a very rainy day but a few locals & hardy dog walkers were about and Waseley Hills is a wonderful place to visit whatever the weather.

Himley Hall and Park

Dudley, UK 5.5 mi away
#4 of 22 things to do in Dudley
My daughter needed some scenic photos to contribute towards her gcse this year, took some lovely lake scenery cannot fault, cafe and parking.
Will be frequent visitors at the new coffee lounge, which is also excellent, from now on.

Dudley Tunnel

Dudley, UK 8.1 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Dudley
Great trip on the canal , very informative driver and interesting video shown in tunnels, and super cheerful guy who helps you on to boats.
Great boat trip commentary informative, show inside caves explaining the history very interesting, my young nephew loved it

Leasowes Park

Halesowen, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Halesowen
Dog walkers paradise, childrens adventure playground, photographers opportunity, lovers scenic background.
Walk up the steps to the old canal and stroll along to the end and over the dual carriageway to view the ruins of Halesowen abbey.