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The Guildhall Worcester
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Worcester Cathedral
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Liz Monk Studio Pottery and Gallery
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Tardebigge Locks
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Kinver Edge
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Malvern Hills
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St Lawrence's Church
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Great Witley Church
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Pershore Abbey
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Little Malvern Priory
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Great Malvern Station
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The Hive
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The Round House
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Glover's Needle
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Malvern Hills Great Malvern
#1 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Climb to the summits of the Worcestershire and Herefordshire beacons to experience wonderful views, visit the ancient and stunning hill fort of British Camp and then discover the Holy Well mineral water bottling p...
Lovely town with a good selection of shops to browse a good swimming pool and fantastic theatre also the hills have a fantastic view of Herefordshire and Worcestershire my family have visited this area for many ye...
Worcester Cathedral Worcester
#2 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
As a local to Worcester I have always enjoyed visiting Worcester cathedral, a lovely peaceful place to explore set in wonderful grounds with truly beautiful views of the river Severn and over looking Worcester.
Lovely friendly greeting on arrival Loads to see with King John and Arthur as well as countless other interesting memorials The chapter house was stunning and the mirror to view the ceiling in the main cathedral w...
Worcestershire Beacon Great Malvern
#3 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
The day was perfect and the views to the Welsh Mountains, Cotswolds and all the other hills, as well as down into Great Malvern were spectacular.
A direct route is quite hard ascent but the circular route is well simple and easy for peeps with kids, pushchairs etc. Views are stunning from the ridge of the hills.
Great Witley Church Great Witley
#4 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
The main monument, the Foley monument, is currently being restored but should be in full view again in a few weeks.
took time to view this church as we didnt visit on our last visit to witley court .
Harvington Hall Harvington
#5 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
You can view the house yourself or take a tour I personally would suggest a tour as the guide can open the priest hides.
Apparently Harvington has more priest hides than any other house in England and is rumoured to have been the site of a subversive printing press for the Catholic faith.
Great Malvern Priory Great Malvern
#6 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
... informed me about the history of the Church and also the order of service for Easter.It really is a must visit Landmark Building in Malvern and has very interesting precincts which are of Historical interest too.
Lovely place to visit, check website for open days when you can climb the tower and get some great views of the town.
Gheluvelt Park Worcester
#7 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
This park has everything from a splash pad, cafe,toilets, tennis courts, river views, dog walks, outdoor gym course, bandstand children's play park, memorial of world war 1 area.
The park has a very handy car park at its west end, council pay and display, or you can often park on the road in that vicinity.The access roads to the site are rather tight and tortuous, being through a Victorian...
Tardebigge Locks Bromsgrove
#8 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
... the weather and time of the year then try this.. Start at the Tardebigge Bridge and walk down the left hand side of the canal from Top Lock down past the reservoir and take in the excellent views along the way.
Great place for a walk, great sights over to the Malvern and walk far enough and pubs are en route for lunch.
Little Owl Farm Park Stourport on Severn
#9 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
It was a beautiful day and perfect weather for taking our time to wander around the site.
Clean and well maintained grounds, which benefit from wonderful views across the local area.
The Guildhall Worcester Worcester
#10 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
This room truely is a spectacular and a real privilege to have been allowed view it.
Heritage site
The Regal Cinema Evesham
#11 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Love this beautifully restored cinema, big comfy seats with plenty of leg room great view wherever you sit, lovely staff and good service at a reasonable price.
We love this cinema, especially the double ‘love’ seats upstairs, which are comfy and spacious and well banked to provide unrestricted views of the screen.
Almonry Museum Evesham
#12 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
It is worth spending a while really looking closely at the exhibits and there are some interesting little sound installations too. the garden is beautiful and gives another view of what the building must have been...
... non-native-English speakers to absorb - they also helped our group make sense of some of the other sights they saw as they walked around the town later on (such as the fish sculpture they came across in the pa...
Elgar Birthplace Museum Broadheath
#13 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Lovely little cottage, still being added to and worked on, lot's of information about the man himself, very interesting place, you can view a film about the family, he was a very interesting man, I'm glad we made...
You must go into the garden and at the bottom, on a bench, Elgar sits alone, looking at the views of the distant Malvern hills, still dreaming of music...
Hartlebury Castle Hartlebury
#14 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
The site for this castle goes back to 855AD, officially a castle from 1268 and had a play in in the English civil war.
The Romany caravans are stunning and the translated words allow us to all share the romany language as we view their living accommodation over the years.
Croome High Green
#15 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Visited croome court after discovering on the internet fantastic old church with awesome views - visited house lake tea rooms grounds fabulous day staff friendly well kept estate and buggy ride back from house if...
Always the genuine, friendly welcome and efficient entry for members of NT, the gentle walk through to the chapel and then the moment to saver, the view to the Malvern Hills, scanning down to the elongated lake ac...
Witley Court & Gardens Great Witley
#16 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
... could easily spend all day here, nice picnic or a visit to the Garden tearooms a short walk away (off site so retain those till receipts to get back in) The audio guide is a must to help you with the history o...
... then there is the fountain and its power – it is both a work of art and a feat of engineering – the views from higher up the bank of the house and fountain are to behold – walking back the car the conversation...
Hanbury Hall Droitwich
#17 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Fabulously relaxing afternoon - take a picnic and dine al fresco, sat beneath the mature cedar and oak trees on the lawns with views over the glorious countryside Children ran around the ornamental garden, apple o...
The walks around the estate were good and it's well worth walking across the fields to Hanbury Church which commandeds a spectacular (if misty at the time of our visit) view.
All Things Wild Honeybourne
#18 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
It is a lot larger than it first seems, and we spent several hours there (two families and grandparents) wandering right round the site, including a large area with life sized dinosaurs.
In my view it is a good place to visit.
Herefordshire Beacon Great Malvern
#19 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
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...
A fort, a good view of Herefordshire and a great view down the ten mile line of the malvern line .
Pershore Abbey Pershore
#20 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
I would highly recommend keeping an eye out for when they do tower tours, You get the chance to wind your way up through the building passing the bells in the tower on the way to a stunning view of pershore and th...
Pershore Abbey is set in a large park which was the site of all the buildings associated with an abbey, before the destruction of the Reformation.
Sixways Stadium Worcester
#21 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
The stadium is first class in my view and I think something Worcester should be proud to have as a sporting venue.
Loads of car parking on site and nearby with well signed walk way to ground.
Great Malvern Station Great Malvern
#22 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
The Commandery Worcester
#23 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Nearby Fort Royal Park, where Cromwell's troops camped, is also worth visiting, as it gives a commanding view over the city.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams visited the site of the final battle in the Civil War.
Three Counties Showground Malvern Wells
#24 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
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.
It's a big site, but the show map helpfully splits it into different areas: shopping, activity, aminals, plants, food etc. Get there early if you want to see everything.
Clive's Fruit Farm Upton upon Severn
#25 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Lovely views to the open countryside and the Malvern Hills.
Enjoyed admiring the views
Evesham Bell Tower Evesham
#26 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
It is so interesting to hear and see what these historical buildings have to offer, the views are incredible and the parks are worth walking around and enjoying.
Fascinating historical landmark in beautiful setting.
Churchfields Farmhouse Ice Cream Droitwich
#27 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
... they serve such whooping portions - forget the diet or share one with a friend All the ice cream is made from the milk of the black and white friendly cows on site - you can get to meet them at milking time!!
Enjoyed the view of the barn and cows from the upstairs dining area.
Bodenham Arboretum Wolverley
#28 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Love this cafe as sells hot drinks and cakes but also hot food and on a nice day you can sit by the lake and look at the amazing view.
If you enjoy nature in all its forms from trees, shrubs and flowers to wild life, ponds, open fields, views, cattle and sheep then this is the place for you.
Liz Monk Studio Pottery and Gallery Bromsgrove
#29 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
St Lawrence's Church Evesham
#30 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Worcestershire
Such a welcoming and interesting site