Make a weekend of it!
Yes, that’s right we’ve still got some last minute availability via the Online Travel Agents for a number of hotels, B&B’s and self-catering cottages around The Malverns for this weekend’s Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre. Check out Booking.com and Lastminute.com or make contact direct with your preferred choice on visitthemalvern.org/accommodation to find out their availability.
The Victorian Fayre has been a firm favourite on the festive calendar since it began in 1992. The Fayre now welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year but stays true to its roots with Victorian themed characters, festive treats, delicious street food and a wonderful atmosphere.
With over 200 stalls filling Worcester’s historic streets selling all sorts of delightful Christmas goodies, handmade items, local produce and not forgetting the extremely tempting international street food. Whether you’re looking for a Christmas decoration, a piece of unique jewellery, an unusual item for the home or some edible festive treats, you won’t be disappointed with the varied choice on offer.
As well as a wonderful array of stalls, visitors will be treated to a fantastic programme of entertainment, including Victorian characters, lofty entertainers on stilts, brilliant musicians and buskers on every street corner.
No visit to the Fayre would be complete without a ride on the traditional vintage carousel in the Cornmarket and a journey along New Street and Friar Street, Worcester’s independent quarter, home to wonderful shops and fantastic restaurants.
- Thursday 28 November: 12noon – 9pm
- Friday 29 November: 11am – 9pm
- Saturday 30 November: 10am – 8pm
- Sunday 1 December: 11am – 5pm
Find out more about information about Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre.
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