A Celebration Of Restoration
Discover a tranquil wonderland of rare and ancient trees, walled gardens and panoramic views of the countryside at one of the oldest arboretums in the UK.
With a picturesque secret garden and acres of mature woodland, Bodenham Arboretum is an area of outstanding beauty.
A charming William and Mary-style country house, garden and park. Built in 1701 by Thomas Vernon, the house boasts restored Hercules rooms, a Gothic corridor and staircase wall paintings by Sir James Thornhill.
Kingsford Forest Park
A quiet and scenic park that’s a haven for wildlife of all descriptions, Kingsford Forest Park lies on the edge of a dramatic red sandstone ridge. Discover 200 acres of cool pine forests and open heathland, miles of sandy tracks and more traditional woodland.
The Malvern Hills
A miniature mountain range that spans across three counties, the Malvern Hills make up over 3,000 acres of open countryside – perfect for rambling and mountain biking.
Waseley Hills Country Park
Enjoy 150 acres of grassy hills with panoramic views, circular walks and an orienteering course. Waseley Hills Country Park also boasts a café, open daily, a large picnic area and an adventure playground.
Worcester Woods Country Park
The first accredited country park in England, Worcester Woods Country Park boasts 100 acres of ancient oak woodland with carpets of bluebells, woodland birds and wildflower meadows alive with bees and butterflies.
The Wyre Forest
As one of the largest remaining ancient woodlands in Britain, the 6,000-acre Wyre Forest is home to a great variety of wildlife, including fallow deer and long-eared owls.