Children under 14: Free
Why not join one of Malvern Civic Society’s walks and find out about the fascinating history of Malvern?
– See how Malvern’s famous Water Cure and Spa flourished in the 19th Century
– Learn about the mediaeval Priory
– Find out about the town’s Elgar connections
– Hear of important visitors to the town and the story behind some ‘blue plaques’
– Discover more about the coming of radar
Walks last approximately 90 minutes. Sadly, due to the hilly nature of Great Malvern, these walks are not suitable for the less mobile. No dogs are allowed, except assistance dogs.
Walks run on Saturdays and Mondays (including Bank Holidays) at 10.30am from 2 April until 26 September 2022, led by enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides from Malvern Civic Society.
Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Eight places are available on each walk: four are available to book through Malvern Tourist Information Centre either on 01684 892289 or in person; the other four are available to book online at Ticketsource (small booking fee applies to online transactions). Any tickets unsold online by noon the day before each walk will become available to purchase through Malvern Tourist Information Centre. Please note that children’s tickets cannot be booked online and should instead be booked through Malvern Tourist Information Centre.
All walks are subject to coronavirus restrictions, and are offered on the basis that they may be cancelled on occasion on account of changes in prevailing circumstances.
Malvern Tourist Information Centre is located at The Lyttelton Well Courtyard, 6 Church Street, Malvern WR14 2AY (close the Lyttelton Well Cafe). Telephone: 01684 892289
Malvern Tourist Information Centre
The Lyttelton Well Courtyard, 6 Church Street