Things to do near
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Malvern Hills (9.3 miles)

Malvern, WR14 4DG

The Malvern Hills is an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Overlooking Herefordshire and Worcestershire, it is the place to go for scenic views of the county. Whether you enjoy exhilarating climbs and brilliant views or a simple stroll through colourful meadows, the Malvern Hills are the perfect place to go. It is home to cycling routes, walking paths and even horse riding.

Malvern Hills

Worcester Cathedral (2.2 miles)

College Yard, WR1 2LA

One of England’s most beautiful cathedrals, Worcester Cathedral majestically overlooks the River Severn. It has been a place of prayer and worship for 14 centuries and includes attractions such King John’s tomb and Prince Arthur’s Chantry. It is known for it’s stunning Victorian stained glass and historic architecture. There are also printable activities for families to do whilst enjoying this magnificent site.

Worcester Cathedral

Spetchley Park Gardens (4 miles)

The Estate Office, WR5 1RS

Described as one of Britain’s best kept secrets, Spetchley Park Gardens is a beautiful location for a day out. It has remained largely unaltered in the last century and its 30 acres of land boasts a wonderful collection of ‘plant treasures’. When you’re not enjoying the gardens themselves, there is a lovely café where you can take a break, as well as a natural play area for children to enjoy.

Spetchley Gardens

Museum of Royal Worcester (2 miles)

Severn Street, WR1 2ND

The Museum of Royal Worcester is a ceramics museum, situated at the former site of the Royal Worcester porcelain factory. It is a fascinating walk through history and you can discover some of the earliest British porcelain made, dating back to 1751. With interactive exhibits, it is something that all generations can enjoy. Families can go on themed adventures through the museum with magnifying glasses available from reception. (© Image from

Museum of royal worcester

Worcester Guildhall (2.2 miles)

High Street, WR1 2EY

Worcester Guildhall is a must-see destination for anyone visiting this historic city. Located at the heart of the town centre, this is a Grade I listed building that is steeped in history. It is home to many events which you can keep an eye out for on their website. If you want to see areas not normally open to the public, you can even book a guided tour and see hidden rooms not viewed by the general public.

Worcester Guildhall

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum (2.6 miles)

Foregate Street, WR1 1DT

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum is the place to immerse yourself in various exhibits, activities and events. You’ll find things such a dinosaur footprints, real Roman mosaic and Native American totem poles. During your visit you will also find engaging and interactive galleries, permanent displays and temporary exhibits. If you’re looking for a unique collection of art exhibitions and historic artefacts, this is the place to visit.(© Image from