Visit Worcestershire to explore wild countryside, cute Cotswold villages and this western county’s important role in English history. Worcester’s ornate cathedral has a big presence, being adorned in every architectural style from Norman to Gothic, while keen ramblers should head for beacons dotted with unusual towers and follies in the Malvern Hills. Call in on the grassland and wooded nature reserves that are all over this West Midlands county, and look out for scurrying voles and minks. And spend the night in the great British countryside with a spot of camping or glamping in Worcestershire. Drink Malvern fresh water in market towns and pump rooms that have sprung up around random wells or stock up with bottles of the county's famous tangy condiment, Worcestershire sauce.
Places to visit in Worcestershire
Tudor House is one of the most prominent buildings in Broadway which houses objects and artefacts on loan from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
Location: Broadway, Worcestershire
Worcestershire really is 'Land of Hope and Glory' with the music and talent of Sir Edward Elgar engrained into the county's cultural heritage.
Location: Worcester, Worcestershire
Enjoy great views on top of the Worcestershire Beacon and follow in the footsteps of writers and composers including Sir Edward Elgar and C.S Lewis.
Location: Malvern, Worcestershire