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Kyre Park.

From Tenbury Wells take the A4214 south towards Bromyard.
The tranquil 29 acre garden and shrubbery was laid out from 1754. Jacobean tithe barn and notable water features. including lakes and waterfalls.

Museums.

Tenbury Wells Museum
Goff's School Cross Street (opposite the King's public House)
Tenbury Museum is housed in the old Goff's School building. In this single room there are numerous exhibits illustrating the way of life in rural Worcestershire 100 years or so ago.


Bewdley Museum.
Load Street Bewdley
A surprise around every corner! Award winning museum and tourist information centre, an entertaining experience to be enjoyed by the whole family. Daily demonstrations of traditional crafts.

Worcestershire County Museum
Hartlebury Castle, Hartlebury, near Kidderminster.
Discover the lives of past inhabitants of Worcestershire from Roman child to Victorian lady, all housed in a historic sandstone castle of the Bishop of Worcester.

Royal Worcester Visitor Centre.
Severn Street Worcester
Nestling amidst Victorian buildings, Royal Worcester's Visitors Center offers factory tours, hands on activities. Royal Worcester's Bestware, clearance and second's shop, the museum of Worcester Porcelain, a restaurant and wigomia court where a myriad of home accessories can be found at prices.

Worcester Cathedral.


Worcester Cathedral



Some say England's loveliest cathedral. standing on the banks of the River Severn. The Cathedral contains the Royal tombs of King John and Prince Arthur, Henry the VIII's elder brother. There are medieval cloisters, crypt and chapter house, Victorian stained glass. The Tower is open in the summer months. Guides available three times a day. Individuals and family groups welcome.


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Places to visit out side the Teme Valley.

Black Country Living Museum The Museum occupies a 26 acre urban heritage park in the shadow of Dudley Castle in the centre of the Black Country conurbation of two million people.
Historic buildings from all around the Black Country have been moved and authentically rebuilt at the Museum to create a tribute to the traditional skills and enterprise of the people that once lived in the heart of industrial Britain.

Electric tramcars and trolley buses transport visitors back in time from the modern exhibition halls to the canal-side village. Where costumed demonstrators and working craftsmen bring the buildings to life with their local knowledge, practical skills and unique Black Country Humour.

For more information Click here to visit the web site


Drayton Manor ParkDrayton Manor Park is near Tamworth Staffordshire on the A4091, close to junctions 9 and 10 M42
It is said to be the UK's favourite family theme park with over 100 sensational rides and attractions.

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Hereford CiderCider Museum and King Offa Distillery 21 Ryelands Street Hereford.
Explore the story of traditional cidermaking, how apples were harvested, milled, pressed, and how the resulting juice was fermented to produce cider.
Walk through the reconstructed farm ciderhouse and see the complete set of travelling cidermaker's 'tack'. Some of the exhibits were used on farms in cidermaking districts up to 300 years before being presented to the museum.
Read about the Truck Act wich allowed cider to be paid as part of agricultural workers wage.
Visit the original Champagne Cider cellers with their racks of bottles where the methode Champagnoise (a bottle fermentation process used in French Champagne prodution) was first aplied to cider in 1905.
For more information visit their web site here..




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