Worcester Local Attractions
There is a fantastic choice of local attractions in Worcester and the surrounding area which you can enjoy during your stay.
The Malvern Hills boast some of the most spectacular views in the Midlands, with routes for both beginners and the more experienced walkers. The entire length of the Hills is open to the public and is criss-crossed with about 160km (100 miles) of bridleways and footpaths. Dogs are allowed on the hills and can be let off lead so long as they are well behaved. Cycling is allowed on bridleways only.
For over 100 years the Morgan Motor Company have been making exciting sports cars in the beautiful spa town of Malvern Morgan cars are famous the world over for their unique blend of charisma, quality materials, craftsmanship and performance. Equally at home on the race track or the open road, there is nothing quite like a Morgan. Experience the passion for yourself with a factory tour, trip to our on-site museum, or with a weekend sports car hire.
With three different formats of cricket to watch, New Road offers the cricket enthusiast everything and is located within walking distance of Worcester Whitehouse. Whether you are looking for the traditional 3 day game, a one dayer or the modern Twenty20 version, you can combine a visit to the cricket with a stay at Worcester Whitehouse.
Worcester Warriors are fast becoming an established Premiership Rugby Union team; with a state of the art and purpose built stadium this makes for an excellent place to visit while staying in the area.
Check out the fixtures and why not get yourself down to experience the Warriors first hand!
Ombersley Golf Club is renowned for its friendly and relaxing atmosphere and welcomes all golfers on a pay and play basis - regardless of handicap. Worcester Whitehouse is delighted to work with Ombersley Golf Club and offer discounted green fees when staying at our hotel.
When booking your tee off time please quote “Worcester Whitehouse” to get your discounted green fee.
Alongside the piquant Lea & Perrins’ Sauce that shares its namesake with the city; Worcester is most famous for its beautiful porcelains, which are documented in the Porcelain Museum. Located within walking distance of the city centre, visitors can view collections dating back to the 18th century, as well as learn about the craftsmanship involved in porcelain production.
Shopping in worcester
Worcester is unique in its shopping experience in that it not only holds the vast Crowngate shopping centre, a complex with some of Britain’s most well-loved brands, but it also has retained a large number of independent retailers located within its city centre. The centre is largely pedestrianized for ease of access, with many cafes and restaurants available nearby.