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    Worcester Area Guide


    Worcester has been a haven of history, beautiful scenery and culture for hundreds of years. The marvellous Worcester Cathedral has stood since 1084. As well as providing architecture lovers with fascinating cloisters and tombs to explore, the Cathedral also hosts a number of community events, including some excellent classical music concerts.

    From the famous Tower, visitors can see awe-inspiring views across Worcester. If you prefer views of enormous, seemingly endless gardens to city views, then Greyfriars House & Garden, which has stood for over 500 years, is somewhere you need to visit. The afternoon teas served there and kids’ trails only add to the relaxing ambience of the beautiful walled gardens.

    It would be impossible to mention Worcester’s gardens without talking about Croome Court. Only in Worcester could you find a former RAF base that doubles as an enormous lakeside park. It is impossible to take in everything that Croome has to offer after just one visit, but its parkland will have you coming back again and again to explore and discover something new on each walk.

    Art lovers with find everything they’re looking for at Worcester’s City Art Gallery & Museum. History buffs will love The Commandery which chronicles the area’s vital role in 1651 during the English Civil War. Property lovers will enjoy the huge selling prices they can achieve in this beautiful area of the West Midlands, particularly with Love Your Postcode’s expert assistance.


  • Train – Worcester Shrub Hill Station allows you to quickly and conveniently access Worcester from anywhere in the UK. Worcester Foregate Street Station offers services to more local destinations.
  • Bus – The 144 takes you from Birmingham’s bustling city centre right into the heart of Worcester. This service also passes through Droitwich Spa. The X18 allows Worcester’s residents to watch a play in Stratford-Upon-Avon and get back home in no time at all.
  • Car – From the north and west Worcester is easily accessed via the M5. The M40 gives access to the south of the UK. From the east the M1 or A14 will get you to Worcester easily.
  • Local property professionals

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    If you are interested to know the house prices in this area, read our article best areas to buy a house in Worcester

    Restaurants near Worcester

  • Ostlers At Number 1: 1 Severn Terrace, Worcester WR1 3EH, UK
  • Thai On 7evern: 109 Sidbury, Worcester WR1 2HU, UK
  • The Old Rectifying House: N Parade, Worcester WR1 3NN, UK
  • Bars near Worcester

  • Barn Owl Worcester: Worcester WR4 9UP, UK
  • Farriers Arms: 9 Fish St, Worcester WR1 2HN, UK
  • O’Neill’s Worcester: 6-8 St Nicholas St, Worcester WR1 1UW, UK
  • Cinemas near Worcester

  • Vue Cinema Worcester: Office, 265 Friar St, Worcester WR1 2NT, UK
  • ODEON Worcester: Foregate St, Worcester WR1 1DX, UK
  • Open Air Film and Chill Worcester: Worcester Golf Range, Weir Ln, Worcester WR2 4AY, UK
  • Worcester
    By David Price