Places to visit, things to do and where to go when visiting Worcestershire
In addition to being home to some of the best restaurants, pubs, cafe’s and bars outside of London, Worcestershire and the historic city of Worcester, has a host of attractions and unique places to visit for all of the family.
Below are a few of my top picks and ideas of where to visit during your stay.
The Walled Gardens at Croome Court
About: The Walled Gardens at Croome Court is the UK’s largest Georgian walled garden, located within the grounds of Croome Court in Worcestershire.
Opening dates and times: Open every Saturday & Sunday from Easter until the end of September. Entry is via National Trust Croome visitor centre between 11 am – 5 pm (last entry into The Walled Gardens is 4 pm).
Cost & other information: The Walled Gardens are privately owned and are open in partnership with National Trust Croome on special dates throughout the seasons. Entry is £5 per adult (children free, when accompanied by a paying adult). All proceeds go towards the continued restoration and maintenance of the historic gardens.
Search the Food & Drink Directory to discover quality, local pubs, bars, restaurants & cafes, which are offering some of the best food & drink you will find in and around Worcestershire.
Get more ideas on what to do when visiting Worcestershire by heading over to the following local websites: