Worcestershire Certificated Locations
Worcestershire is located in the English West Midlands, nestled between the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. It's ideal for a short British break, as it's easy to access from almost anywhere in the UK.
The county is best known for its primary city, Worcester, and the much-loved sauce, but there is plenty more to see and do here no matter what your age.
Worcestershire has a pleasant mix of quiet villages, market towns and bigger cities, so you can shop, eat out at cost cafes or traditional pubs, sightsee and explore the open countryside that includes scenic river valleys and woodlands.
Highlights include the Malvern Hills AONB, the West Midlands Safari Park, Hanbury Hall, Bewdley, Greyfriars' House and Garden and the Severn Valley Railway.
There are also numerous museums that will fill you in on all the interesting titbits the county's history has to offer.