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Brockhampton Estate

Bringsty 0.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Bringsty
We passed through meadows, woodland full of flowers, through an orchard filled with ancient trees and newly planted cherries, banks of bluebells, an interpretation centre next to a small lake, woodland streams our...
We parked in the top car park and embarked on our first walk, a round trip of about a mile to the Estate offices and back along hard standing, some lovely views and we are indebted to some local regualars for poin...
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Brockhampton

Edvin Loach Old Church

Bromyard 2.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bromyard
The 11c church itself has some beautiful herringbone stonework and the views are nice over to Titterstone Clee to the north and the Malverns to the south.
The herringbone stonework is clearly visible and is a marvel that at that time they could build with such quality that if it had been maintained it would still be intact.

St Peter's Church

Bromyard 2.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bromyard

Three Counties Showground

Malvern Wells, UK 5.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Malvern Wells
There are amazing displays of flowers, vegetables, dogs, rabbits, poultry, llama, guinea pig, pigs, sheep, horses, food tasting, vintage cars, caravans, tractors, crafts, garden accessories etc. Plenty of well mai...
Spent a great day out at the RHS Spring Show at the Malvern Showground and it was a great show in a fantastic location with beautiful views of the Malvern Hills.

Malvern Hills

Great Malvern, UK 8.0 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Great Malvern
The hills above the Malvern towns are perfect for a good afternoon walk, with steep climbs up to the 435m summit of Worcester Beacon and the lesser heights of Nirth Hill, Table Hill, Sugarloaf Hill and End Hill.
I love going on the hills such amazing views as a keen photographer there is always plenty of natural subjects available Plenty of good parking spots and pubs dotted around the area

Great Witley Church

Great Witley, UK 7.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Great Witley
An absolutley stunning Italian Church , so well worth a visit to Great Witley just to come into the church, you wont be dissapointed, cafe serving sandwhich and meals with a 5 min walking distance
A really pretty church, obviously well loved and maintained, the ceiling paintings impressive with gold highlights picked out on white.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Broadheath
In the 1st year for the Trust, numbers to see this little gem have more than trebled and have brought Elgar into the forefront of our local history so stop whingeing and enjoy what is now there for all.
Excellent visitor centre with a new cafe, occasional music performances and a lot of Elgar memorabilia.

Worcestershire Beacon

Great Malvern, UK 8.4 mi away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Great Malvern
You can get here via St Annes Well from town, from any of the car parks on the north and west side (or Earnslaw Quarry) or just park near Wyche Crossing and walk the paved path (gentler incline but a bit longer) t...
You need to look up the History of the Whole Malvern Hills around 13 Miles long, once at the Top you have Lovely Views All around you, people travel from World Wide to see them.

Great Malvern Priory

Great Malvern, UK 8.4 mi away
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Great Malvern
Great Malvern has Lovely range of Hills Steeped in History and a short walk from Town Centre, Rose Bank Gardens worth a visit next to the 99 steps, Priory Park next to the Theatre with its Ducks worth a visit.
We were fortunate on our visit to meet the vicar who gave us an impromptu tour with an interesting history of the glass depictions around the abbey with fascinating comparisons between the original glass and the V...

Witley Court & Gardens

Great Witley, UK 7.9 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Great Witley
Spectacular ruins, its better than that, restored gardens, 'yes' beautiful even during this present drought, woodland walks, a majestic lake and an incredible church to explore.
An English Heritage property which is well maintained and the staff we found to be very friendly and helpful, can’t recommend a visit highly enough, a definite return visit for us

Cob House

Wichenford, UK 5.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wichenford
We had a breakfast which was a very reasonable price at £4 for 6 items plus a price of toast and the cup of tea was delicious.
Wonderful eatery, good breakfast and lunch menu.

St Mary Magdalene Church

Broadwas, UK 4.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Broadwas

Herefordshire Beacon

Great Malvern, UK 8.4 mi away
#4 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Great Malvern
The views from the top of British Camp (AKA Herefordshire Beacon) are some of the best you'll ever see in England and the space up the top is enormous, so even if you're sharing it with about 300 secondary school...
The climb from the (somewhat expense) car park may be an effort but the views on the way up and a breathtaking panorama from the British Camp at the top make it all worthwhile.

Worcester Cathedral

Worcester, UK 10.3 mi away
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Worcester
The architecture is wonderful and the main attractions include the tomb of King John who chose to be buried at Worcester, Prince Arthur's Chantry, the early 12th century Chapter House, the crypt and the fantastic...
... is firstly Norman (see the crypt, a few remaining transept arches, triforium arches in the nave and the magnificent entrance to the medieval cloisters from College Green) and then mostly Early English and Gothic.

Gheluvelt Park

Worcester, UK 10.0 mi away
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Worcester
Its ticks so many boxes - splash pad, play park, pond to feed the ducks, tennis courts, table tennis, exercise circuit, great Summer festivals and The Pump House for great coffee and cakes.
A lovely park with plenty of activities, kids play area and splash pool, ducks and swans on the water, scattered seats beneath the trees, the bandstand, planted flower beds, big open spaces, and great coffee and n...
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Great Malvern Station

Great Malvern, UK 8.8 mi away
#5 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Great Malvern
Great ironwork, lovely stone details and then there’s the worm to find! Well worth a visit.
If you open your eyes and have a really good look around you will see some wonderful cast iron architecture, gas lamps and stone carving.

The Firs

Worcester, UK 7.6 mi away
#6 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Worcester
Don’t miss the sound garden with instruments to play, then you can walk to the end of the garden and have a selfie with the composer’s statue and a lovely view of the Malvern Hills.
The birthplace of Edward Elgar is such an interesting place to visit and the history of this very clever man is so fascinating.

The Guildhall Worcester

Worcester, UK 10.3 mi away
#3 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Worcester
From the architecture to the superb interiors this is a jewel in the city's buildings and on days like yesterday when you can visit the cells and the council chamber there is so much history to experience.
Very friendly reception staff, amazing portraits of Kings, Queens and local dignitaries and a wonderful display of leather fire buckets.

Hampton Court Castle

Hope Under Dinmore 10.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Hope Under Dinmore
Peaceful, beautiful gardens and parkland, an atmospheric medieval house, in the heart of glorious English countryside, with a fabulous Orangery tearoom serving freshly-made lunches and delicious home-made cakes.
Plenty to do including a river walk, maze, the stunning sunken gardens with a waterfall you can walk behind, the walled garden, kitchen garden, the castle itself and lovely grounds in which to sit and have a picnic.

Church Street

Ledbury 11.2 mi away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ledbury
... see small tea shops, tattoo shop, pub, 2 very interesting and free museums and the end this amazing and beautiful church with a cemetery you going to enjoy your visit to this street with beautiful tudor houses
Lovely medieval cobbled narrow street jam packed with black and white buildings, with 2 museums, a great pub, a walled garden, tea shops and cafes topped off with a church - what more could you ask for, Had a grea...

The Wharf Caravan Park

Ombersley, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Ombersley

The Commandery

Worcester, UK 10.4 mi away
#5 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Worcester
So well preserved because of its signifigance to English History and World Democracy .. The visits of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams are well shown with full details and paintings from the time.
... with interactive activities, and a tour where each room was laid out with a different theme, from costumes, to a armour, cannons, hospital room - omplete with skeleton, and a fascinating timeline which shows t...

Newbridge Farm Park

Ledbury 11.7 mi away
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ledbury
Pony rides, a variety of animals to touch under supervision (chicks, chinchillas, tortoise, rabbits!), many animals to feed from alpacas, to goats to donkeys and excellent indoor and outdoor play areas.
There are plenty of picnic benches outside and shaded by high trees.

Eastnor Castle

Ledbury 12.2 mi away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ledbury
... which is perfrect for walking the dogs around, the castle is even dog freindly you can also do fishing on the lake, they have a lovely little cafe and shop to, and a maze for the kids, definately worth a visit
... had a coffee and a excellent ploughman’s at the castle restaurant and as a bonus there was plenty of live music all in a great time was had .Just to say the castle itself and the grounds are well worth a visit