Things To DO Places To See

If this is your first visit to the area, you might like to find out what there is to see and do. Here is our list of recommended favourites (in no particular order):

  • Westons Cider Mill
    Join a guided tour around this famous old cider mill and savour the aromas of traditional cider-making. Sample the wide selection of ciders and perries, free.
  • Eastnor Castle
    A fascinating visitor attraction in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake.

  • Three Counties Showground
    Visit the Showground's Events Diary for details of forthcoming fairs, shows and festivals.
  • Hellens
    A beautiful historic manor house in Much Marcle, Herefordshire.
  • International Centre for Birds of Prey
    A specialist zoo of birds of prey, dedicated to their conservation and open seven days a week.
  • Malvern Hills
    Enjoy over 4500 acres of open countryside, climbing to the highest point at Worcestershire Beacon or enjoying the quiet ramblings along the wooded slopes.
  • Malvern Hills Trails
    A chance to enjoy the natural and cultural delights of the countryside and towns on and around the Malvern Hills, easily accessible in the Heart of England (and also in reach of Welsh border country).
  • Cheltenham Racecourse
    Race fixtures, events and news of the Festival.

  • Wye Valley
    An area of outstanding natural beauty, passing through Herefordshire and featuring the River Wye itself. Visit this web site for details of activities, including walking, cycling and horse-riding. For canoeing or kayaking on the Wye, visit Hereford Canoe Hire or Paddles & Pedals.
  • Staplow Golf Society
  • Hereford to Gloucester Canal
    The Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal follows an almost entirely rural course for 34 miles through the glorious countryside of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
  • Visit Herefordshire
    Visit Herefordshire, a county of unspoilt countryside, market towns of distinctive character and a wealth of varied landscapes from a historic City to fascinating villages.
  • Childer Wood Heavy Horse Centre - Courses run by Doug Joiner
    CWHHC offer courses run by Doug Joiner in Woodland Management Strategy. These include, Horse Logging, Woodland Management and Chain Saw courses.
  • Green Woodwork Courses with Gudrun Leitz
    Set in a beautiful part of Herefordshire, learn the skills of working unseasoned timber with handtools to create something unique for your own home or garden.

Image of Little Malverns Hills by kind permission of: W. Lloyd MacKenzie, via Flickr @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/saffron_blaze/