24 days in Worcestershire Itinerary

24 days in Worcestershire Itinerary

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Cutnall Green
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Bewdley
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Cutnall Green — 10 nights

Pump It Up Events has been added to your itinerary. Kids will enjoy Hanbury Hall and Cob House.

To see maps, more things to do, traveler tips, and more tourist information, go to the Cutnall Green trip planning tool.

Manchester to Cutnall Green is an approximately 2.5-hour car ride. In August, daytime highs in Cutnall Green are 24°C, while nighttime lows are 14°C. You'll set off for Bewdley on the 18th (Thu).
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Bewdley — 13 nights

Bewdley is a small riverside town and civil parish in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire, England, along the Severn Valley a few miles to the west of Kidderminster and 22 miles south west of Birmingham. Kids will appreciate attractions like West Midland Safari Park and Wyre Forest. Explore Bewdley's surroundings by going to Attwell Farm Park (in Beoley), Bromsgrove (Norton Collection Museum, Avoncroft Museum Of Historic Buildings, &more) and Redditch (The Stables Farm Park, Forge Mill Needle Museum & Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre, &more). Next up on the itinerary: see the interesting displays at Bewdley Museum, relax in the rural setting at Little Owl Farm Park, snap pictures at Bewdley Bridge, and don't miss a visit to National Trust - Knowles Mill.

For other places to visit, more things to do, photos, and other tourist information, read our Bewdley trip planner.

Bewdley is just a short distance from Cutnall Green. In August, daily temperatures in Bewdley can reach 24°C, while at night they dip to 14°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 31st (Wed) early enough to go by car back home.
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Worcestershire travel guide

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Though its northeastern section forms part of the industrial West Midlands, Worcestershire still retains much of its peaceful rural feel. The region is known around the world for its sharp-tasting sauce, created in 1837 by two local chemists. Visitors can explore the county’s lush countryside and sleepy market towns. Walkers and nature lovers from around the globe revere the area’s rugged Malvern Hills, which feature numerous hiking trails and the region’s highest peak. The county’s only city is its capital, Worcester, noted for its imposing 12th-century cathedral, which inspired composer Edward Elgar to create some of his finest works.
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