St Ann's Well Café
St Ann’s Well Café is situated on the eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills, above the Victorian Spa Town of Great Malvern.
Great Malvern Priory FREE
Founded as a Benedictine Priory in 1085, now a lively Anglican church.Recommended by Mave C, Watford“Tranquility.”
Knapp And Papermill Nature Reserve FREE
Area of outstanding scenic beauty and popular nature reserve.☎ 01886832065Recommended by Jenny, Worcestershire“Always so peaceful and feels a million miles away from the modern world”
Clives Fruit Farm
Pick your own fruit farm, with cafe, farm store and a special 'tutti frutti' farm trail for the kids. Lovely day out.☎ 01684592664Recommended by Clive Nash, Malvern“'It's an easy trip out with the kids! You can sit and have a drink and a bite to eat while the kids see the animals (pigs, chickens etc.) or ue the lit.tle play area. There is also a traditional farm shop with all sorts of local produce'”
Ravenshill Woodland Reserve FREE
Area of outstanding beauty covering 50 acres of semi natural ancient woodland.☎ 01886821661Recommended by Danny, Kempley
Little Malvern Priory FREE
The church is open every day during daylight hours.
Holywell Malvern Spring Water is the original source of Malvern Water & bottled water in the UK, dating back to 1622.
National Trust - Estate with extensive woodland and traditional farms.
Museum Of Local History
Small, friendly museum chronicling Malvern's history through the ages.☎ 01684567811Recommended by Keith Jones, Herts“We happened to be visiting Malvern on a Sunday, and the museum has free admission that day!”
Malvern Museum of Local History is often likened to the Tardis ~ a lot of fascinating information is packed into a small space.
|Priory Gatehouse, 1 Abbey Gateway|
Priory Park FREE
Priory Park is a large Victorian park situated close to Malvern Town Centre. Ornate bandstand. Water fowl lake. Play area. Bowls.
Malvern Link Common FREE
The centres of Malvern Link and Great Malvern are separated by Malvern Link Common.
Malvern Hills Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty FREE
The area is famed for its dramatic hills and for the pure spring water that flows from them, but it offers so much more besides.
|Malvern Hills AONB Office, Manor House, Grange Road|
Worcestershire Beacon FREE
No trip to Malvern or Worcester is complete without a journey to the top of the highest Malvern Hill - the Worcestershire Beacon.
British Camp FREE
The most recognisable of all the Malvern Hills, British Camp is thought to have been the location of a Bronze Age hillfort.
Rose Bank Gardens FREE
Rose Bank Gardens lies on edge of the Malvern Hills overlooking Great Malvern.
Crews Hill Nature Reserve FREE
Outstanding ancient woodland with attractive woodland flora and lime kiln workings.Recommended by Danny, Kempley
Popular theatre and cultural centre (also shows films).☎ 08452872146Recommended by N Wilson, Manchester “Attracts really high calibre productions and a guaranteed good evening out”
Worcestershire Golf Club
Established in 1879, The Worcestershire Golf Club is proud to be the oldest club in Worcestershire and one of the oldest in England.☎ 01684-575992
Manor Park Sports Club
Manor Park in Malvern is a member-run sports club, providing the opportunity to play tennis, squash, bowls, archery & table tennis.
Swimming pool and leisure complex.☎ 01684893423
Out To Grass Mountain Board Centre
Mountain Boarding, Dirt Surfing, Mountain Bikes and BMX centre.☎ 01886880099Recommended by Danny, Kempley
Worcester Riding School
Lessons for adults and children.
Ice rink and Laser Quest.☎ 01684575222