Pictures of Great Malvern
About Great Malvern
Welcome to beautiful Malvern. The malvern hills are a spectacular range of hills along the border of the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire. Malvern is a popular tourist destination renouned for it's outstanding natural beauty and picturesque walks offering spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Apart from its outstanding natural beauty, Malvern is also famous for its natural spring water which is exported all around the world, and the classic Morgan sports car which is only built in Malvern. Malvern and it's hills have connections with many famous people from England's past and present, including Edward Elgar the famous composer who composed much of his music on and around the Malvern Hills. The famous present day violinist Nigel Kennedy lives in Malvern. George Bernard Shaw the famous playwright had close associations with the Malvern Festival Theatre for many years. Malvern is a very famous place offering spectacular scenery, history, and much much more. There is a great range of top quality shops and accommodation and Malvern is within easy reach of England's main motorway system making it an easy place to get to, and explore more of England from. We also list on the site, Great Malvern
, Malvern Link
, West Malvern
, Malvern Wells
, and Little Malvern
Interesting & Historical Facts about Great Malvern
The House/location of the famous Battle of Malvern Hill (1862) in Virginia USA during the American Civil War was named after the Malvern Hills in England. Great Malvern facts
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a Historic City in the county of Worcestershire(6.7 miles, 10.7 km, direction NE of Great Malvern)
Worcester is a city dominated by its glorious Romanesque cathedral built between the 12th and 14th centuries...
a Historic Market Town in the county of Herefordshire(7.3 miles, 11.8 km, direction SW of Great Malvern)
Ledbury is an attractive town whose centre has changed very little over the years. The Old Grammer School and Butchers Row cottage are but two of Ledbury's beautifully preserved Medieval buildings to be seen in the cobbled street, known as Church Lane...
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The village of Brockhampton is best known for its fine Stone and Concrete church designed by W.R.Lethaby a follower of the Arts and Crafts movement, and was built at the turn of the 20th-century. One of the beauties of the church is its stunning thatched roof, one of only three in the country...
in the county of Herefordshire(9.7 miles, 15.6 km, direction NW of Great Malvern)
Bromyard, a pleasant market town situated equi-distance between the towns of Malvern and Leominster and, as such Bromyard is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England...
a Historic Market Town in the county of Gloucestershire(11.0 miles, 17.7 km, direction SE of Great Malvern)
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This fairytale like castle is set amongst the Malvern hills and is surrounded by a famous arboretum and beautiful lake. It is a..... (8.2 miles, 13.1 km, direction NW)
Brockhampton Estate tells us much about the way in which our wealthy medieval ancestors lived. It comprises of a landscape of..... (9.9 miles, 15.9 km, direction E)
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The Old Baptist chapel and Burial ground- A 15th century building opposite the abbey that was used for worship around the time..... (11.3 miles, 18.2 km, direction SE)
Standing taller than any other building in tewkesbury, is the fantastic tewkesbury abbey. It is over 500 years old and has the..... (14.6 miles, 23.5 km, direction NE)
Hanbury Hall is an impressive brick-built, stone-dressed house from around 1700, in the style of Christopher Wren and probably.....All attractions in Great MalvernAll attractions in WorcestershireComplete A to Z of attractions in England