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The Ecclesiastic Elegance of Worcester

Worcester is a charming and architecturally stunning city located in the charming heart of the wonderful West Midlands. Whether you want to relax amongst the cosmopolitan culture of the centre, treat your taste buds to the fine fare offered by the excellent eateries or explore the arresting beauty of the great outdoors, Worcester has an exciting attraction for you.

A City of Culture

Begin your Worcester wander in the cultural heart of the city at it's most prominent landmark, Worcester Cathedral; the cathedral rises majestically above the River Severn amidst verdant greenery and has been a sacred centre of worship since the 7th century. Enter the grand arch of the doors to marvel at the ecclesiastical elegance within; admire splendid stained glass windows, descend into the crypt to pay respect to the elaborate tombs of King John and Prince Arthur and explore the ancient library to discover medieval manuscripts. Continue to discover the city's captivating history by visiting the iconic Royal Worcester Museum, which houses the largest collection of renowned Worcester porcelain in the world. Explore the Georgian, Victorian and 20th century galleries to enjoy a remarkable journey through the history of pottery. Next, enter the astounding halls of the architecturally beautiful Worcester Art Gallery and Museum for an interesting immersion into the city's heritage; cultural highlights include dinosaur footprints, the Lea and Perrins sauce archive, the Roman mosaic pavement and weapons, skins and furs from Worcester's Victorian adventurers.

Feast upon the Food Trail

The exceptional range of locally produced food in Worcester make the city a haven for lovers of fresh and fruitful gastronomy. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon is to tour the quaint and traditional farm shops of the area, sampling delectable tasters and stocking upon on bespoke products. Begin at The Stables, a converted stable block that specialises in fresh cheeses, before wandering into Eckington Manor, a luxurious farmhouse that offers visitors authentic cookery courses and prime produce. Next, visit the Wayside Farmshop to browne a bounteous range of honey, beer, cider and free range filled pies before hopping over to Hopley's Farm Shop for a kaleidoscopic selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Walk off your lunch time feast with a relaxing stroll around the beautiful blooms of Arley Arboretum, a Worcestershire wonderland of walled gardens, vibrant flowers and rare species of trees.

Savour the Flavour of Saffron's Bistro

Savour the explosive flavours of an unforgettable dining experience at the simply furnished and warmly ambient Saffron's Bistro. The simple and unpretentious style of cookery means delighted diners enjoy the hearty and wholesome cuisine locally sourced from the Worcestershire environs; sample signature dishes such as crispy duck hash, beetroot and apple risotto and braised blade of beef, complementing your feast with carefully selected fine wines from around the world.