Culture, Heritage and Nature come together in The Malverns
Thank you for visiting the OFFICIAL Tourist Information website for The Malverns, Tenbury Wells & the Teme Valley, and Upton upon Severn.
This uniquely beautiful place has more to offer than just landscape, since there is always something happening in the area.
There are towns and villages to explore, whilst our festivals and wide choice of events will give you reasons to visit time and again throughout the year.
Between 5–8 May 2016, the Three Counties Showground opens its doors to the RHS Malvern Spring Festival. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with the glorious Malvern Hills as a backdrop, the show's spring fever will delight visitors and create a fabulous family day out to remember. There is every kind of horticultural excellence at the show to inspire your gardening season and give you a taster of what can be done in your own garden. More than 90,000 people are expected at the event, which sees Alan Titchmarsh and Mary Berry headline. Other TV chefs and gardening experts will include Valentine Warner, Mark Diacono, BBC Gardeners' World presenters Carol Klein, Christine Walkden, Joe Swift and many more.
The Malvern Hills boast some of the most spectacular views in the Midlands, with routes for both beginners and the more experienced walkers.
The entire length of the Hills is open to the public and is criss-crossed with about 160km (100 miles) of bridleways and footpaths. Dogs are allowed on the hills and can be let off lead so long as they are well behaved. Cycling is allowed on bridleways only.read more
Sir Edward Elgar died on 23 February 1934 at the age of seventy-six and was buri...read more
Enjoy a fully guided tour of the factory witnessing the traditional skills of th...read more
Displays in five rooms depicting the geological structure of the Malvern Hills, ...read more
Rose Bank Gardens lies on edge of the Malvern Hills overlooking Great Malvern. I...read more
Spectacular ruins of a once great house. Elaborate and immense fountains survive...read more
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