Revealed: The 7 Wonders of Worcestershire
Didn't know Worcestershire harboured its very own wonders? Turns out it's been hiding some frankly fabulous spots and landmarks. Want to know where has made the grade? Find out here.
After weeks of voting and counting, the results are in and we can now reveal the Seven Wonders of Worcestershire. Voted in by locals, in the Love Where You Live campaign, we think these gorgeous spots should be on everyone’s bucket-list.
We might not be able to rival the Pyramids of Giza or the Hanging Gardens of Babylon but there are some pretty awesome wonders hidden in one of the UK’s most under-the-radar counties.
From top outdoor beauty spots to incredible historical landmarks and architecture, take a trip to one of them and see for yourself.
Drum roll please …. the results ARE:
The Confetti Fields … Miles of dreamy flower fields as far as the eye can see, in Wick near Pershore.
Witley Court … Once one of England’s greatest country houses this incredible Italianate palace is now the most romantic ruin you’ll ever visit.
Broadway Tower … A spectacular folly set on Broadway Hill in 200 acres of parkland, it’s the second highest point in the Cotswolds.
The Regal at Evesham … A glorious Art Deco cinema lovingly restored to its former glory.
River Severn at Bewdley … A postcard pretty place, the River Severn is the gateway of the Wyre Forest nature reserve, and the riverside setting at Bewdley is idyllic.
Worcester Cathedral … this stunning Cathedral has been here for fourteen centuries and boasts some of the most important architecture in the UK.
Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb … Helloo wild card! It’s different, but it’s made it in – the oldest motorsport venue in the world still to run events on the original course.