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Walk the Malvern Hills. This ancient chain of hills is a paradise for walkers. Check out some suggested walks or ask for a map at Malvern TIC.

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See a show at Malvern Theatres. Malvern Theatres has regular plays, concerts and musicals.

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Follow the Elgar Route. Composer Edward Elgar spent much of his life in Great Malvern. You can visit sights including the Elgar Statue and Priory Gatehouse (now the Malvern Museum) before following a driving route around Elgar’s Worcestershire.

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Tour the Morgan Motor Company. These famous sports cars have been manufactured in Malvern for over 100 years. Guided visits are available weekdays on reservation, and there is a small on-site museum. Or rent a Morgan for the weekend!

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Browse individual shops. Our towns have many unique gift, clothes, art and jewellery shops, all within an easy stroll.

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Tenbury & the Teme Valley Trail – the market town of Tenbury Wells, fondly known by Queen Victoria as the little town in the Orchard, is famous for its vast variety of apples and National Mistletoe sales. Download a series of individual family-orientated walks and cycle rides to explore the area.

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Upton upon Severn – Heritage and boat trips on the River Severn.

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Have a pub meal. The Malvern area has several fantastic pubs and restaurants to suit all occasions.

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Take the family to the National Trust’s Croome Court and step back in time, enjoy the wonderful 18th Century gardens designed by Capability Brown and aircraft museum.

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Festivals and events. The Malvern district abounds with festivals, fairs and concerts. Many large events take place at the Three Counties Showground, music festivals in Upton, plus apple and mistletoe festivals in Tenbury Wells.

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