Places to visit

Always check with location's website and publications for up to date opening times and admission prices.

Englands most elegant Cathedral, open every day. an ancient crypt and Chapter House, Royal Tombs, medival cloisters, Victorian stained glass,  Services three times daily.
Gift Shop, Refreshments, disabled access to facilities and gardens
See their website for full details.
Dating back to the 1500s, the headquarters of Charles ll prior to the Battle of Worcester, now showing various exhibitions including "Civil War", "The Commandery Chronicle" and "Lives and Legacies". Hands on fun, video displays and other events throught the year.
Monday-Saturday  10am - 5pm     Sunday 1.30pm - 5pm
Queen Ann style of architecture, the Guildhall is regarded as one of the finest civic buildings in the county.
Monday - Saturday 8.30am - 4.30pm
3 miles West off A44 Leominster Road Tel 01905 333224
Open daily 11.00am -1700pm Last admission 4.15. Closed 23rd December to 31st January
A fascinating insight into the life and music, family and friends, inspirations and development of one of England's greatest composers. Elgars birthplace cottage, with its inspiring  Malvern Hills views, is now complemented by a major exhibition in the new Elgar Centre.
Harvington Hall Nr Kidderminster Worcs
Medival and Elizabethan Manor House, contains secret hiding places and rare wall paintings.
Adimission charges apply

Great Witley, Worcester.
A most spectacular country house ruins, step back in time with your own personal audio tour and listen to household memories of "!Upstairs Downstairs life and extravagant parties. Stroll through the newly restored gardens and enjoy the stuning power of the Perseus & Andromedia and Flora fountains in Europe and now restored.
Opening Times 1st April - 31st Oct: daily 10.00am - 6pm (5pm in October)  1st Nov - 31st Mar : Wed - Sun 10.00am - 4.00pm Closed 24th-25th Dec & 1st Jan.
Admission Charges Adults £4.60, Concessions £3.50, Children (5 - 15) £2.30, Family £11.50

On the corner of the Cornmarket and New Street stood the most important house in this part of the city. Now called King Charles House, it was built by Richard Durant, a wealthy brewer, in 1577 as a two-storey house.
Built in 1480, this timber-framed house is looked after by the National Trust.
Open Easter to October
Wednesday, Thursday & Bank Holidays - 5pm

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