10 Things to do Good for Kids in Worcestershire That You Shouldn't Miss

August 4, 2021 Jacquiline Delozier

Discover the best top things to do in Worcestershire, United Kingdom including Malvern Hills, Worcestershire Beacon, Go Ape Wyre, Cotswold Vale Alpacas, Regal Cinema, All Things Wild, Hanbury Hall, Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings, Severn Valley Railway, Droitwich Spa Lido.

1. Malvern Hills

Great Malvern England +44 1684 892002 [email protected] http://www.malvernhills.org.uk
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5.0 based on 963 reviews

Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills are an iconic landscape with unique cultural heritage, wildlife and geology. The Malvern Hills Trust owns and cares for the Malvern Hills and Commons and keeps them open for the hundreds of thousands of visitors who come each year.

Reviewed By KentJulieb

There are so many routes for walking these hills We walked over the top of the hills in a variety of different routes, there is also a circular walk, you need to wear decent footwear and plan for changes in weather Great exercise for the minimal cost of the car park £4.50 a day

2. Worcestershire Beacon

Great Malvern England +44 1684 892002
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5.0 based on 330 reviews

Worcestershire Beacon

Reviewed By MaryR5112 - Great Malvern, United Kingdom

You need to look up the History of the Whole Malvern Hills around 13 Miles long, once at the Top you have Lovely Views All around you, people travel from World Wide to see them. If you bring Dogs please make sure they are under Control as Cattle and Sheep are on some parts and have been attacked, Well Worth a Visit for All, Disabled could be an issue though.

3. Go Ape Wyre

Go Ape Wyre Forest Callow Hill, Bewdley DY14 9XQ England +44 1603 895500 [email protected] http://goape.co.uk/days-out/midlands/wyre
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5.0 based on 221 reviews

Go Ape Wyre

With zip wires 160 metres in length, a hair-raising 17 metre crossing and so much more, you won't leave Wyre Forest disappointed with your decision to get outdoors.

Reviewed By Sam_Campbell22

We visited Go Ape in Wyre for my son George’s 6th birthday. I am terrified of heights so was extremely nervous. The team working at the treetop adventure were amazing, giving us a safety briefing, checking my harness many times as I was stressing out. I managed very slowly round the course, requiring some support half way through. I can’t remember the gentleman’s name that helped me, but he made me face my fear and I felt so good afterwards. My son has no fear and did it all without a fuss. He loved the course, the zip wire and it was so easy for him to do independently. It was an experience I will never forget. I would definitely visit again, keep pushing through that fear. The facilities were great, staff friendly and supportive. It’s a beautiful place. A hidden gem

4. Cotswold Vale Alpacas

Cherry Tree Farm Sandfield Lane Sandfield Lane, Sedgeberrow, Evesham WR11 7QS England +44 7702 488118 [email protected] http://www.cotswoldvalealpacas.co.uk
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5.0 based on 70 reviews

Cotswold Vale Alpacas

Alpaca Experience in the beautiful Cotswolds. Visit our Alpaca Farm, a very unique and special experience meeting our herd, meeting the mum and babies, feeding some of the alpacas, them take one of boys for a walk. Also available: Spinning Lessons, group talk, fleece for sale.

Reviewed By jasminbeckford

We had a lovely morning with Ginnie and the alpacas and were able to feed them and get up close. We had an experience meeting and feeding the boy alpacas first and then onto the girls (who were a bit more feisty) and then the mums and baby alpacas. We finished by walking the two males (Ewan and Cosmo) and taking them through the obstacle course. Ginnie was extremely knowledge about the animals and it was great to learn so much about them and get up close to them. Would highly recommend this experience to anyone!

5. Regal Cinema

47-49 Teme Street, Tenbury Wells WR15 8AE England +44 1584 811442 [email protected] http://regaltenbury.co.uk/
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5.0 based on 70 reviews

Regal Cinema

The Regal Cinema in Tenbury Wells opened in 1937. Since then it has provided cinema entertainment for the town and the surrounding area, under commercial and volunteer-run groups. Today, the Regal is owned by Tenbury Town Council and operates as a multi-use arts venue run by the Regal Tenbury Trust. Visitors are welcome to drop in and experience the beautiful Art Deco murals in the auditorium and the small cinema museum free of charge whenever the box office is open and no film or performance is taking place.

Reviewed By 598neilb - Bewdley, United Kingdom

We went and saw Andre Rieu's annual concert in Masstrick and everybody enjoyed themselves including us.

6. All Things Wild

Station Road, Honeybourne WR11 7QZ England +44 1386 833083 [email protected] http://www.allthingswild.co.uk/
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4.5 based on 559 reviews

All Things Wild

All Things Wild is an all weather family attraction, with something for everyone! Step through time to discover our exciting Dino Barn, and life sized dinosaur models in the Dino Field. Learn about our amazing animals, including: reptiles, lemurs, meerkats, armadillos, chinchillas, and more! Indoor and outdoor play areas keep children entertained, along with pedal go-karts, bug land, den building, stamp trails, indoor pedal tractors, and our animal encounter sessions! Our on-site café serves hot food and drinks, delicious cakes, and snacks. Entrance fees do not apply to the café. Why not celebrate your birthday with us? Our two hour party sessions include a party host, fun activities, buffet meal, party bags, and entrance to the nature centre for the rest of the day! All Things Wild is a great venue for learning. We offer educational visits for schools, and take group bookings. Please see our website for more details, or contact us via our email address if you have any questions.

Reviewed By MH2511 - Droitwich, United Kingdom

Having attempted several days out with the kids over the summer, this has been the best experience in the area by a long way. Covid-19 safety measures were very well thought out and because they were frequently signposted around the setting, the vast majority of visitors were adhering to them. They have introduced a one way system (with some optional shortcuts for tired legs) that genuinely work and personally I think the whole experience is all the better for it as it reduces pinch points. Staff were a visible presence, cleaning frequently and all were friendly and affable. Numbers allowed in have been clearly well managed so everyone gets their own space and ample time to explore all that’s on offer. Always loved visiting All Things Wild and our children thoroughly enjoy the range of experiences available and how there’s always something a little different every time. Post-Covid set-up is perfect. Well done All Things Wild, you’ve nailed it.

7. Hanbury Hall

Hanbury Hall School Road, Droitwich WR9 7EA England +44 1527 821214 [email protected] http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hanbury-hall-and-gardens
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4.5 based on 1,106 reviews

Hanbury Hall

Reviewed By rainbowwarrier - Birmingham, United Kingdom

We have visited Hanbury Hall many times and have enjoyed each visit. We love to see the beautiful murial mythical paintings and feel the olden day experience. We like to walk around the gardens and see the orchards and peer into the orangery. I have liked to go and just see the holly and the friendly robin who comes to say hi. Each season gives something new. We have enjoyed Christmas time reminiscent 70s and 80th themed rooms and the beautiful Xmas trees. We have enjoyed picnic in the summer by the boggy pond which was actually so atmospheric and walked on the ice house and through the sheep. we see the formal garden change from flowers to greens.

8. Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings

Redditch Road Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove B60 4JR England +44 1527 831363 [email protected] http://www.avoncroft.org.uk
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4.5 based on 697 reviews

Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings

An open-air museum of 30 rescued historic buildings which have been dismantled and moved from around the counties of the West Midlands to prevent their destruction. Set in 19 acres of attractive parkland these buildings show how the people of the region have lived, worked and played over the last 700 years.

Reviewed By J9537HLmargaretl

From the lovely, friendly welcome on arrival to the care taken throughout the site in keeping visitors safe, this museum is the best. Being an outdoor place, it has been ideal for us to meet up here as a family during Covid restrictions. The facilities are well planned and kept safe with plenty of signage and compliance. The small ones love the play areas and the older kids love the space. There are well maintained picnic spots but the main recommendation for Avoncroft are the knowledgeable and kindly staff.

9. Severn Valley Railway

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4.5 based on 2,813 reviews

Severn Valley Railway

Step back in time to the golden age of the railway in one of the UK’s best heritage visitor attractions! From the moment you enter the booking office to collect your tickets, you’re transported to a world full of vintage steam engines and powerful heritage diesel locomotives – feel them rumble under your feet, hear the sound of the whistle, smell the coal in the firebox and get ready for a FULL DAY adventure across 16 miles of the glorious Severn Valley. There is so much to discover! Perfect for all the family, the Severn Valley Railway guarantees that you’ll create memories to last a life time. Running between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth, visit our beautiful country stations, explore hidden gems of Worcestershire and Shropshire, walk a beautiful trail through the countryside before the train whisks you away again or take part in our hand-picked selection of additional experience. All aboard and full steam ahead!

10. Droitwich Spa Lido

Lido Worcester Road, Droitwich WR9 8AA England +44 1905 799342 http://www.wychavonleisure.co.uk
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4.5 based on 217 reviews

Droitwich Spa Lido

Droitwich Spa Lido is Worcestershire's finest outdoor pool, open during the summer months it's the ideal day out for all the family. Early birds looking to swim in fresh air can also take advantage of our early morning swim sessions at a discounted rate. There's plenty here to keep the kids happy too, our 'Wet Play Area' full of water cannons and fountains will ensure the kids have a splashing good time. And for those sun bathers amongst you why not catch the rays and relax on the sun terraces. Droitwich Spa Lido is one of the UK's few remaining open-air saltwater swimming pools, and with a 40m pool, wet play area, sun terraces and Lido Café you're sure to have a memorable day out!

Reviewed By clairewY7891AE

Had a lovely afternoon at the Lido with me and three teenagers and two 10 year olds. Because of Covid we had to book in advance which was not easy as each person has to sign on to the web-site but it was worth it. Beautiful clean pool at perfect temperature. No slides or anything fancy just and nice pool with lovely shallow end for little children. Cafe selling ice creams and snacks was great too.

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