Visit Worcestershire


Visit Worcestershire, located in central England’s West Midlands region and home to major market towns including Worcester, Malvern, Evesham and Kidderminster. The West Midlands county is rich with grassland and wild countryside, which makes it a wonderful place for ramblers.

For a great family day out, head to West Midlands Safari Park in Kidderminster. Home to some of the world’s most endangered and exotic animals, the drive through safari is a wonderful experience to get up close to the animals. The park is home to white rhinos, zebras, lions, tigers and elephants.  There is also an Adventure Theme Park onsite as well as the Land of the Living Dinosaurs, which features animatronic Dinosaurs in woodland areas.  The West Midlands Safari Park is a truly fantastic day for the whole family and is definitely not to be missed whilst visiting the county!

Head to Worcester and visit the historic Worcester Cathedral, which has been a place of worship for fourteen centuries. The beautifully decorated building was once one of the most important monastic cathedrals in the UK. Other places of interest to visit in Worcester include Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum and the Worcester Woods Country Park, which has various nature reseves and walking trails.

If you are looking to explore the great British countryside, visit Wyre Forest in Bewdley. There are walking trails, family cycle routes and horse trails throughout the ancient forest, as well as a zip wire and onsite café.  The forest encompasses a vast area of natural beauty and is host to weekly walking and running groups such as Parkrun, Health Walks and Toddler Forest Fun.

For more information on things to do when you visit Worcestershire, click here.

Photo by E M on Unsplash

County Map

Pubs in The County