Severn Valley Railway
The Severn Valley Railway has graduated from relative obscurity to a prominent position in British steam railway preservation.☎ 01562757900
Cob House FREE
Extensive visitor attraction set in idylic surroundings.☎ 01886888517Recommended by Derek, Runcorn“The kids love the animals, and we love the Mayfly cafe! ”
West Midlands Safari Park
Lions, elephants, rhinos, tigers, giraffes - it has the lot. Really good day out and a popular funfair with rides too.☎ 01299402114Recommended by Graham Neale, Dudley
Knowles Mill FREE
National Trust - Preserved derelict mill on the Dowles Brook in the Wyre Forest.
National Trust - Mid 19th-century Chartist cottage.
Kinver Edge And The Rock Houses FREE
National Trust - High sandstone ridge and hill fort overlooking dramatic red sandstone rock houses.
|Holy Austin Rock Houses|
The Falconry Centre
Keenly priced falconry centre with over seventy birds on display.☎ 01562700014
This beautiful arboretum opened to the public in 2002. It was first planted in the 1820s.
Go Ape! Wyre Forest
Go Ape is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure.
|Callow Hill, Bewdley |
Little Owl Farm Park
A perfect way to enjoy a great fun day out for all the family.☎ 01905620325
Stone House Cottage Garden
This is the garden of a famous nursery, which it matches for the range of beautiful and unusual plants it offers.
Elizabethan manor house, complete with moat and priest-holes.☎ 01562777846Recommended by R Sutton, Leeds“Lovely historic house”
Worcestershire County Museum (Hartlebury Castle)
Popular museum packs in over 1000 years of history. Lots to engage children and also has a nature reserve and cafe.☎ 01299250416Recommended by Liz Hughes, Worcester
National Trust - Late 17th-century house set in close to beautiful countryside.
Museum Of Carpet
Interesting look at Kidderminster's international carpet supplying history.
Kidderminster Railway Museum
The Kidderminster Railway Museum houses a vast range of railway artefacts, most of which date back to the days of steam travel.☎ 01562825316Recommended by Brian Farrow, Worcester
Museum Of Carpet
From early times Kidderminster, on the River Stour, was a cloth producing town.
|Stour Vale Mill, Green Street|
Riverside Meadows FREE
Children’s Play Area, Paddling Pool, Picnic Areas, Putting Green Crazy Golf.
Sanders Park FREE
Sanders Park is Bromsgrove’s Premier Park which attracts over 350,000 visitors per year.
Reel Cinema Kidderminster
Independent cinema in the heart of Kidderminster.Recommended by Jonathan Foster, Malvern
The Rose Theatre
Modern, 181 seat, fully equipped theatre, with a free-form Studio that seats up to 60 people.Recommended by Suzetta Baron, Kidderminster
Kidderminster Golf Club
Golf club and golf course in Worcestershire, with available memberships and visitor offers on green fees, tee times, open competitions, society days.
Ombersley Golf Club
|Bishops Wood Road|
Little Lakes Golf Club
Wharton Park Golf Club
Wyre Forest Glades Leisure Centre
Modern leisure centre offering a vast range of activities for all ages.Recommended by Paul Telford, Kidderminster