Malvern Civic Society have been working hard to pull together a programme of heritage events for this year’s Heritage Open Week. Despite the impact of Corona Virus, there are still a number of free activities taking place across The Malverns. Our heritage is unique, with a past to be treasured and loved from tales of Benedictine Monks to the Water Cure. There’s plenty to interest even the most disconcerting heritage enthusiast, including the Morgan Motor Factory opening phase one of their new visitor experience, just in time for our heritage week, although please note, it is not free entry.
Heritage Open Days are a national celebration of England’s heritage. The programme of visits to gardens and other places of interest in and around Malvern is listed below. Many of
these events are FREE. At some of the events, guides from Malvern Civic Society and other organisations will be on hand to tell you more. The theme of the week is Hidden Nature.
In addition, Malvern Hills District Council have commissioned a local history expert to commemorate the 200th birthday year of Florence Nightingale and her connections to the Malvern Water Cure with some walking tours around Great Malvern. Find out more here. Pre-booking is essential.
Please download a copy of the Malvern Heritage leaflet which details the free events across The Malverns here.
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