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  • 1 Worcester Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    office 8 Collège GB - Worcester WR1 2LA

    An old church was rebuilt in the late 11C by St Wulstan, and although its superb crypt has survived, most of the cathedral, including the tower, was rebuilt in the 14C. The chancel, which houses numerous funeral monuments, is a remarkable example of ..

  • 2 Royal Worcester Porcelain Works Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    GB - Worcester WR1 2ND

    Founded in 1751, the works owed their success to the use of Cornwall steatite to imitate China porcelain, as well as their ability to change with fashion (China, classic, romantic).

  • 3 Elgar Route Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Lower Broadheath GB - Worcester WR2 6RH

    A large part of the musical work of Edward Elgar (1857-1934), the most English of English composers, evokes this landscape of wide quiet valleys and gentle hills. The walking trail dedicated to him is 65 km long and goes from the Elgar Birthplace Mus..

  • 4 Worcester Guildhall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    High Street GB - Worcester WR1 2EY

    This redbrick town hall was completed in 1724 when statues of Charles I, Charles II and Queen Anne were placed in a series of niches and allegories of Work, Peace, Justice, Abundance and Punishment were placed on the parapet. Inside, admire the splen..

  • 5 Friar Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Friar Street GB - Worcester WR1 2NA

    A street lined with half-timbered houses, the most impressive being Greyfriars (c.1480), which has a lovely garden and an interior hung with tapestries.

  • 6 Museum of Royal Worcester

    Museums and art

    Severn Street GB - Worcester WR1 2ND

    The museum has some of the finest products of local works: a vase showing Wellington and Blucher by Humphrey Chamberlain; a veiled woman and a vase from the Chicago Expo, by James Hadley; the masterpiece of a beehive by George Owen, and a series of b..

  • 7 The Commandery

    Museums and art

    Sidbury GB - Worcester WR1 2HU

    Originally St Wulstan's Hospital (11C), the Commandery dates mainly back to the early 16C and was the headquarters of Charles II during the Battle of Worcester (1651). Today, it houses a museum devoted to the king.

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