Enjoy a day out exploring one of the oldest Arboretums in Great Britain, it boasts more than 300 species of trees in formal and informal plantings and gardens.
One of the largest surviving areas of ancient semi-natural woodland left in Great Britain. Visitor Centre combines restaurant, shop and unique displays.
Situated on the banks of the River Severn, Bewdley was once a major inland port with many thriving industries. This beautiful Georgian riverside town retains its unique charm and has a wealth of listed buildings.
A drive through Safari Park with white rhino, giraffes, camels, elephants, lions, tigers, wild-dogs and much more – the safari park also has rides and other leisure attractions.
Are you wild enough to climb 30ft up a rope ladder, Tarzan swing into a giant rope net then zip wire through the trees, crawl through tunnels and tackle high wire rope bridges?
The journey is full of interest, for the route follows closely the meandering course of the River Severn for most of the way; one highlight of the trip is the crossing of the river by means of the Victoria Bridge.
A hundred years ago, Witley Court was one of England’s great country houses, hosting many extravagant parties. Today it is a spectacular ruin, the result of a disastrous fire in 1937.
Housed in historic Hartlebury Castle museum collections include toys, domestic items, costume and Gypsy caravans. Room sets include Schoolroom, Georgian, Scullery and Nursery. Café, Shop, picnic areas and free parking.
A collection of over 2700 trees set in 156 acres of Worcestershire countryside with 11 pools, four miles of footpaths and a working farm.
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