The Best Landmark in Worcester

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Worcester, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Friar Street, Worcester WR1 2LZ

Since 1480

Museum, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, House, Garden, Timber-Framed House, Walled Garden, Children's Guide, Tour, Group Visits, School Visits & Tea-Shop

It was built by a wealthy merchant, it became a home to wealthy families up until the 17th century and in 1699 a baker purchased the lease and divided the house into two - Over the years buildings were added and extended 10 cottages in the back yard

Price: Adult £5.25, Child £2.60, Family £13.10, Group Adult (Minimum Group Size 15) £5.00 & Group Child (Minimum Group Size 15) £2.45

Tue - Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun & Mon Closed

We visited in the morning when there are guided tours and were lucky to get a guide with a real enthusiasm for the place. She was able to offer well researched and plausible theories of her own to answer some of the questions raised by certain anomalies in the building's layout and structure and some of the gaps in the building's history for which there is no known surviving solid evidence or documentation. It's an interesting building with a long and varied history and although only small.

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High Street, Worcester WR1 2EY

Since 1722

City or Town Hall, House, Tourist Attraction, Landmarks, Historical Building, Architectural Building, Courtrooms, Committee Room, Assembly Room, Performance Venue, Programs & Events

It is a superb Queen Anne building, built by Thomas White, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren - With 6 rooms available for hire with a capacity ranging from 12 - 200 the Guildhall can cater for a wide variety of events

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Sun Closed

Walking down High Street this impressive building cannot be overlooked with its large black and gold gates and railings, ornate frontage and 2 wonderful statues on guard on either side of the large entrance door. This building is definitely the grandest one in Worcester, even from the outside it looks mighty and very impressive. The Worcester Tourist Information Centre is next door to the Guildhall. When we visited here Saturday morning 19th of August there was a craft fair in the large hall.

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Chapel Walk, CrownGate Shopping Centre, Worcester WR1 3LD

Since 1987

Hall, Performing Arts Theater, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Blues, Children's Events, Classical, Comedy, Country, Dance, Drama, Films, Folk, Folk Rock, Jazz, Musicals, Pop, Rock 'N' Roll, Special Events, Spoken Word & Workshops

It is Worcester’s premier live music and entertainment venue - It is a leading venue for folk music is becoming increasingly well known for great comedy and welcomes all types of entertainment classical music, jazz and blues

Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun Closed

Have been meaning to write this review for some time after another fantastic visit to Huntingdon Hall. The wife and I have been here a number of times to watch some great comedians and have never gone home disappointed. We recently saw Lee Nelson who was superb and even managed to get tickets to see John Bishop when he was trying out some new material. Cant recommend the venue enough and I have to mention the amazing staff who are mostly volunteers at this intimate venue.

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