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My fiancé and I are having a little weekend break this coming weekend. Staying about 10 minutes from Worcester on Sunday night. Not been to the area before so can anyone suggest anything they think is… Read More
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
My fiancé and I are having a little weekend break this coming weekend. Staying about 10 minutes from Worcester on Sunday night. Not been to the area before so can anyone suggest anything they think is worth doing? We're 24 and 25 if that helps. Thanks in advance.
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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Yes. Thanks for that. I've already looked before posting. I was actually asking more for people's "personal" recommendations.
#3
Good shopping as around 30 miles from where we live so we go around Christmas for something different. Just like to walk around as lots of side streets with more independent shops than we have local. All the big names brands have shops in the city. I guess your not that bothered with the cathedral? We always eat at the The Farriers Arms in the city, just off the high street. Home cooked food. Nothing to fancy but nice. Gets busy though so go early. The slug and lettuce pub is a converted church and well worth visiting to. It's very impressive. Can't help with the knees up venues though.
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hvc123xo
Yes. Thanks for that. I've already looked before posting. I was actually asking more for people's "personal" recommendations.

Fair enough. Tripadvisor has 1000s of personal recommendations in rating order so thought that would be helpful.
#5
Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands safari park, Malvern Hills, Witley Court,
#6
Bowling at Bowl Xtreme?
#7
Shopping in Worcester is really good and there are some lovely old pubs and places to eat in The Shambles area of the town. I would second the Seven Valley Railway from Kidderminster to Bridgenorth, particularly on a nice Autumn day. Bridgenorth is a cute little town with a funicular (hope I'm getting that right!) Railway too. Bewdley is a nice small town, with some good pubs and walks along the river, and a micro brewery. Ditto Stourport - You can hire a little motorboat and have a jolly up the river here! A little further off is Ironbridge, which is very picturesque and has an excellent working museum based on the area's industrial revolution heritage. Ludlow has a good castle. Harvington Hall is nice.. if you like manor houses... As is Whitley Court, which is more of a ruin as I recall. There are some great walks on the Malvern Hills or in the Wyre Forest near Bewdley. There's horseracing in Worcester, but that would obviously depend on the date of your stay.
#8
Go out on the sauce
#9
wayners
Good shopping as around 30 miles from where we live so we go around Christmas for something different. Just like to walk around as lots of side streets with more independent shops than we have local. All the big names brands have shops in the city. I guess your not that bothered with the cathedral? We always eat at the The Farriers Arms in the city, just off the high street. Home cooked food. Nothing to fancy but nice. Gets busy though so go early. The slug and lettuce pub is a converted church and well worth visiting to. It's very impressive. Can't help with the knees up venues though.


Thank you. Will take up some of what you suggested.
#10
daletharper
Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands safari park, Malvern Hills, Witley Court,


Thank you.
#11
keemstar
Bowling at Bowl Xtreme?


Unfortunately not. We can do that at home. It's nothing special for us.
#12
Thunderbug
Shopping in Worcester is really good and there are some lovely old pubs and places to eat in The Shambles area of the town. I would second the Seven Valley Railway from Kidderminster to Bridgenorth, particularly on a nice Autumn day. Bridgenorth is a cute little town with a funicular (hope I'm getting that right!) Railway too. Bewdley is a nice small town, with some good pubs and walks along the river, and a micro brewery. Ditto Stourport - You can hire a little motorboat and have a jolly up the river here! A little further off is Ironbridge, which is very picturesque and has an excellent working museum based on the area's industrial revolution heritage. Ludlow has a good castle. Harvington Hall is nice.. if you like manor houses... As is Whitley Court, which is more of a ruin as I recall. There are some great walks on the Malvern Hills or in the Wyre Forest near Bewdley. There's horseracing in Worcester, but that would obviously depend on the date of your stay.


Thanks very much. Will do a little research into what you've said.
#13
djnaff
Go out on the sauce


You mean drink? My partner and I don't drink.
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hvc123xo
djnaff
Go out on the sauce
You mean drink? My partner and I don't drink.

No

They mean Worcestershire Sauce

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