Places to Visit in Worcestershire, England.
Broadway Tower, Broadway
Take a peek inside what Worcestershire has to offer and you will discover a beautiful county lying between the ancient Malvern Hills and the mellow Cotswolds, the county offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the very essence of England.
Fine churches, historic buildings, a thriving arts scene with internationally acclaimed festivals and events, many featuring the works of Edward Elgar.
Worcester is a vibrant city where you will discover an interesting blend of old and new, heritage and tradition, a thriving arts scene, a superb range of retail outlets including specialist shops and continental restaurants with an air of sophistication.Apart from the magnificent Cathedral which hosts the internationally acclaimed Three Choirs Festival (the next is in 2008), a visit to Royal Worcester is a must – its Visitor Centre, factory tours , Museum of Worcester Porcelain and factory shops make a fascinating day out. Three miles outside the City at Lower Broadheath, the Elgar Birthplace Museum and new Elgar Centre tell the story of the life, music, family and friends of Sir Edward Elgar.
South of Worcester lies the Vale of Evesham, noted for its soft fruits. The Spring Blossom Trail is a must if you want to experience some of the most captivating sights in the county and Broadway at the foot of the Cotswolds.
Places to Visit in Worcestershire
Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blesse
Severn Valley Railway
Great Malvern Priory
Little Malvern Court
Burford House and Gardens
The Tudor House
Elgar Birthplace Museum
Leigh Court Barn
Spetchley Park Garden
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Where to stay and things to do in Worcestershire
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