Attractions in Worcestershire

There are plenty of places to see and visit in Worcestershire. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Worcestershire is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions in Worcestershire

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    Broadway Tower

    Hiking Highlight

    Broadway Tower is a unique castle in a breathtaking location. At 1,024 feet (312 metres) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment with and …

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    Broadway

    Hiking Highlight

    As the name suggests, the picturesque village of Broadway is dominated by a wide main street lined with independent shops, restaurants, hotels and antique dealers. The Cotswold scarp runs down …

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    Hermits Cave

    Hiking Highlight

    Hermits caves are dotted all over the malverns from the days they used to be used as overnight shelters. Not sure of the facts on this one but I was …

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    Wyre Forest

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Gentle woodland trails, a little something somewhat more invigorating for the more discerning palate if you look hard enough, a decent cup of coffee and a sandwich at the cafe …

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    Worcestershire beacon

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    At 425m this is the highest spot in Worcestershire. At the trig point there is a plinth and map naming all the sights that are spread out before you, and …

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    Pershore Old Bridge

    Hiking Highlight

    In 1290 Sir Nicholas de Mitton left 12d(5p). for the repair of this bridge. By 1322 it was again falling down and stayed like that until 1346. No agreement could …

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    Tiddesley Wood Nature Reserve

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    This large woodland was once an enclosed deer park and was previously owned by the Abbots of Pershore Abbey and local nobility as well as the Forestry Commission. The Forestry …

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    Grafton Woods (Nature Reserve)

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    An ancient woodland with coppice and large oaks

    Jointly owned with Butterfly Conservation, Grafton has been at the heart of one of Worcestershire’s great conservation successes.  The wood is the …

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    Wyre Forest

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Great riding on trails and gravel fire roads through the Wyre Forest from Bewdley through to Button Oak and Arley.

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    Saint Peter's Church

    Hiking Highlight

    According to the Domesday Book there was a church in Inkberrow in Saxon times, and a minster is believed to have existed as early as 700 AD. No traces of …

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    The church of ST. JOHN BAPTIST consists of a chancel 26½ ft. by 15¾ ft., nave 44 ft. by 21 ft., north chapel, south porch, and west tower 11 ft. …

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    St Leonard

    Hiking Highlight

    The church of ST. LEONARD is a small building consisting of chancel and nave without structural division, measuring internally 45 ft. 9 in. by 17 ft. 3 in., and a …

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    The church of ST. MICHAEL is an entirely modern building consisting of chancel, nave, north porch and vestry. It is in the 13th-century Gothic style with walls of brick faced …

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    The Millennium Green is situated on the eastern side of the village of Inkberrow in Worcestershire.
    Inkberrow is on the A422 main road about half way between Worcester and Stratford-upon-Avon …

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    15

    St Kenelm's Church

    Hiking Highlight

    The church of ST. KENELM consists of a chancel 26 ft. 6 in. by 19 ft., nave 54 ft. by 19 ft. with south aisle 10 ft. wide, south porch …

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    The church of ST. MICHAEL consists of a chancel 20½ ft. by 15½ ft. and a nave 37 ft. by 20 ft. These measurements are internal. The chancel was rebuilt …

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    St John the Baptist

    Hiking Highlight

    The church of ST. JOHN BAPTIST consists of a chancel measuring internally 23 ft. by 13 ft., nave 40 ft. by 17 ft., north aisle 10 ft. wide, and a …

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    St Edmund

    Hiking Highlight

    The church of ST. EDMUND consists of a chancel 31 ft. by 19¾ ft., nave 51 ft. by 27½ ft., west tower 12½ ft. deep by 9 ft. wide, and …

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    The church of St Nicholas was built in the 13th century. It's striking timber framed tower in constructed in c1450.

    The church is divided into three separate components of differing …

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    St. Peter's Church

    Hiking Highlight

    Medieval parish church rebuilt in 1883 by W.J. Hopkins.

    Grey and red sandstone in squared blocks and laid in regular courses, tile roof.

    Nave with lower and narrower chancel, west …

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