Worcester

Sitting on the edge of the outstanding Malvern Hills, Worcester is the site of Cromwell’s decisive victory in the English Civil War, the home of England’s most famous sauce, and the birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar… yes, Worcester is steeped in history and tradition with a uniquely English flavour.

Worcester Cathedral

Witness every style of English architecture, from Norman to Perpendicular Gothic rising majestically above the River Severn.

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The Commandery

Tales of treason, treachery and romance from lively characters transporting you back through the centuries and hidden histories of the site.

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Foregate St Dining

First to the Bar & Kitchen for one of the hottest tables in town, then it’s just a literal hop next door to the equally chilled Wine Bar.

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Museum of Royal Worcester

Must-see attraction for fans of Worcester porcelain, with over 10,000 ceramic objects, events with Henry Sandon MBE, artists and conservators.

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The Marrs Bar

Ex-dance studio, now home to the authentic sound of Worcester. Immerse yourself in live music, from alternative rock and pop to Wednesday Jam Nights.

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