Head to Worcester Cathedral, one of England’s loveliest cathedrals that stands majestically overlooking the River Severn. Take a moment to soak up the tranquility of this ancient church – a place of prayer and worship for fourteen centuries.
Steeped in history, soak up the atmosphere of the cathedral as you admire its medieval cloisters, magnificent Victorian stained glass and examples of every period of early English architecture from the 11th until the late 14th century. Explore the haunting St Wulfstan’s Norman Crypt, King John’s tomb and Prince Arthur’s Chantry.
Delve into Gheluvelt Park, created as a memorial to the soldiers of the Worcestershire Regiment’s 2nd Battalion who stopped the invading German forces at the Battle of Gheluvelt in 1914. One of four premier parks in Worcester, Gheluvelt Park is an oasis in the midst of the busy city. Visit the Severn Valley Railway to marvel at the massive locomotives there. Dive into the intriguing history of Britain’s railways, or enjoy themed exhibitions of unique railway vehicles. Take a fascinating journey behind the scenes as you explore interactive exhibits, or take the kids to let off steam at the railway’s outdoor play area.
Discover The Malverns, a uniquely beautiful place offering more than just stunning landscape views. The rolling hills divide the charming English countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, and provide walking routes through splendid scenery.
Dip your toes in the pure spring water that flows from dramatic hills. Study the hills’ rich cultural heritage of forts, castles and priories which stand proudly from the hills’ landscape of ancient woodland, rolling pastures and wild, open commons. Whether you’re looking for a gentle stroll along picturesque tree-lined paths, or an exhilarating trek along the ridge of the Hills, the Malvern Hills are the perfect destination for your next motorhome adventure. Explore beautiful towns and thriving villages.
Uncover the Victorian spa town of Malvern itself, which lies at the foot of the Hills; Tenbury Wells in the beautiful English countryside of Teme Valley; or the historic riverside town of Upton upon Severn, which offers striking views of the Cotswolds.