Culture, Heritage and Nature come together in The Malverns
Thank you for visiting the OFFICIAL Tourist Information website for The Malverns.
This uniquely beautiful place has more to offer than just landscape, since there is always something happening in the area.
There are towns and villages to explore, whilst our festivals and wide choice of events will give you reasons to visit time and again throughout the year.
The Sir Barry Jackson Centenary Stroll around Great Malvern has been launched - borrow an audio player from Malvern TIC
Jump into the Countryside! Look forward to an action packed, hands-on event with food, farming and countryside at its core. Keep the kids entertained all day long with free activities, entertainment, their favourite countryside creatures and much more! The Show has plenty of indoor and outdoor activities so whatever the weather CountryTastic provides the perfect, great value day out for all the family! This year's CountryTastic takes place on Thursday 17th April 2014 on the Three Counties Showground! Highlights include Junkfish - FREE children’s activities, Whalley Range Pig - a 30 foot long sleeping sow with a 10 minute show which takes place in her belly, Baker - come and bake your own yummy bread, and Easy Peasy Cookery School - learn how to make some delicious food, quickly and simply.
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.read more
Transformed from an old Victorian Gentleman's lavatory, the Theatre of Small Con...read more
Family run fruit farm & farm shop. Children's play area & wildlife trail. PYO (i...read more
Rose Bank Gardens lies on edge of the Malvern Hills overlooking Great Malvern. I...read more
Formerly the gardens of the Priory Mansion built in 1874 which is now used as th...read more
Displays in five rooms depicting the geological structure of the Malvern Hills, ...read more
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