Pictures of Worcestershire
About the county of Worcestershire
Worcestershire is a County situated in the West Midlands region of England. The city of Worcester, known for its connections with the origin of 'Worcestershire Sauce' since the early 1800's, has been home to the manufacturing of the famous fine porcelain - 'Royal Worcester' since 1751 and boasts one of the oldest Cathedrals in the country. Worcestershire has three main towns, namely, Droitwich Spa, Evesham and Pershore all of which have their own unique qualities and attractions. The spa town of Malvern is one of outstanding beauty and is famous worldwide for the 'Malvern Hills', with it's highest peak being the 'Worcester Beacon' which stands at an impressive 1,395 feet above sea level, providing truly breathtaking views.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Worcestershire
Malvern is famous for its beautiful hills that offer outstanding views across 3 counties, its famous spring water and the Morgan motor car. It also has strong associations with the famous composer Edward Elgar..
Suckley is an attractive, rural village nestling in the shadow of Edward Elgar's beloved Malvern Hills...
The journey from the centre of Worcester to exquisite Tenbury Wells takes you through some of the loveliest countryside in the whole of Worcestershire...
Wolverley is a charming village at the heart of rural Worcestershire. It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086, but it is believed a settlement was there long before that...All Worcestershire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Worcestershire
Viewing the Evesham skyline from across the waters of the River Avon the visitor gets a dramatic glimpse of a "dreaming spires of.....
Evesham Country Park has some of the most picturesque scenery in the vale of Evesham, and is home to the Evesham Vale Light.....
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A Visit to Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings
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