Local attractions

Upton Warren Sailing Club
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Distance: 1.3

The Centre has a wide selection of sailing dinghies, windsurfers, canoes and kayaks enabling groups to undertake courses at all levels from beginner taster sessions to high level skills and instructor training.

Upton Warren Nature Reserve
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Distance: 1.3

Attracts wildfowl and reed loving species, most notably Cetti's Warbler and during the winter, Bittern. The Flashes is one the prime locations in the county for observing a wide variety of waders. 

Webbs Garden Centre
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Distance: 1.3

Britain's biggest garden centre. Award winning plant areas. Gifts, outdoor clothing, snacks or restaurant meals. 

Avoncroft Museum
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Distance: 2

A fascinating museum of historic buildings rescued and rebuilt on an open air site. 

Harvington Hall
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Distance: 4

A local moated Elizabethan manor house with the country’s finest series of priest hiding places. 

Droitwich Canal
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Distance: 5

This ambitious restoration project has created a unique 21 mile navigable cruising ring. 

Jinney Ring Craft Centre
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Distance: 6

Working crafts studios, gallery and gift shop.

Hanbury Hall
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Distance: 7

A stunning William & Mary style National Trust house with newly restored gardens set in a 300 acre park.

Severn Valley Railway
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Distance: 7

Large selection of working steam locomotives which run for 16 miles from Kidderminster along the beautiful Severn valley. 

Hartlebury Castle
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Distance: 9

The Worcestershire County Museum is housed in Hartlebury Castle, home to the Bishops of Worcester since the 16th century. The main galleries’ collections include children's toys, archaeology, and objects from the Bromsgrove Guild.

Worcester Warriors
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Distance: 10

Home to the Worcester Warriors Premiership Rugby Club and Sixways Stadium.

West Midlands Safari Park
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Distance: 11

Home to some of the world's most beautiful and endangered exotic animal species. Safari Drive-Through, theme park and more.

Worcester Racecourse
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Distance: 11

The home of summer jump racing in the West Midlands. 

Worcester Cathedral
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Distance: 12

One of England's loveliest cathedrals, with royal tombs, medieval cloisters, ancient crypt and chapter house. Magnificent Victorian stained glass. 

Worcester Cricket Club
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Distance: 12

New Road, described as the perfect English cricket ground, is on the banks of the tree-lined River Severn, with the famous cathedral spire creating a stunning backdrop. 

Witley Court
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Distance: 15

Spectacular ruins of a once great country house with magnificent landscaped gardens containing huge stone fountains. The largest is described as making the 'noise of an express train' when fired. 

Croome Park
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Distance: 19

'Capability' Brown's first complete landscape park. Miles of walks through lakeside gardens. Croome Court is now open for the first time.

Black Country Living Museum
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Distance: 19

Black Country Living Museum is an award winning open air living museum that tells the story of the world's first industrial landscape with buildings, vehicles, objects and costumed characters for you to interact with and explore.

Almonry Museum, Evesham
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Distance: 23

No visit to Evesham is complete without a visit to the Almonry. This 14th Century building was once home to the Almoner at Evesham Abbey. It now houses a unique collection of artefacts as well as a spectacular augmented reality tour of Evesham. 

Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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Distance: 24

The RSC is the most famous classical theatre company in the world conveniently located at Stratford-upon-Avon. 

Cheltenham & the Cotswolds
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Distance: 34

England's most complete Regency town with an impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants. Famous for its festivals of horse racing, music and literature, it is an ideal base for touring into the Cotswolds.

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