Spend your Easter break discovering the best of Worcestershire from its shaped landscapes to family fun attractions.
Visit Worcestershire have put together a guide to explore the best of the county this Easter.
There are several places you can visit across the county that make it easy to put Family Fun first:
A place for thrill-seekers! Aztec Adventure offers water-based activities for the whole family to enjoy. Including kayaking, paddleboarding and rowing. If the sun is shining, there is no better place!
Severn Valley Railway
One of the finest heritage railways in the UK is set to reopen in time for the Easter holidays. Start your journey from Kidderminster and steam through the Worcestershire countryside. Make sure to stop off at the Engine House for the chance to get up close and personal with some steam engines!
Countrytastic, Three Counties
Countrytastic returns to Three Counties Showground on 14 April. Look forward to an action-packed, hands-on event with food, farming and countryside at its core during the Easter holiday. There is also plenty of entertainment for the kids to enjoy.
Attwell Farm Park
Spring is the perfect time to visit Attwell Farm Park! Expect lots of baby animals, fun-filled activities and feature attractions. There is even a huge indoor soft play area for youngsters to enjoy!
We all know that the great British weather is full of surprises, therefore be rest assured there is plenty to do indoors. Experience Malvern Splash with interactive water play areas, slides, wave machines and a recently revamp pool area.
Superworm Trail at Wyre Forest!
Set off with Superworm and become a forest superhero! The new self-led trail features brightly illustrated panels and a trail pack full of fun activities, including your very own mask. Learn all about the mini-beasts which call the Wyre Forest their home!
If you want to use your Easter break to get your steps in and see the county in its natural beauty, we’ve got you covered with plenty of Countryside Walks, here’s a selection to get you started!:
Waseley Hills Country Park
Located in the north of the County, Waseley Hills Country Park is a great place for walking and taking in the impressive views it has to offer. There is also a delicious onsite café near an outdoor play area for children to enjoy.
An area of natural beauty, Malvern Hills is truly spectacular. Stroll through colourful wildflower meadows and climb to the Worcestershire Beacon for incredible views of the county. Perfect place to enjoy a Worcestershire sunset!
The primroses and cowslips are in bloom and the wildlife is emerging from the parkland. Take a relaxing circular walk at Croome Court and look out over the Worcestershire countryside to the Malvern Hills.
It’s bluebell season and there is no better place to view them than Perry Wood. There are plenty of walking routes and the trails are dog friendly. Make sure to keep an eye out for butterflies and woodpeckers!
If you want to use your Easter Break to explore and become a culture vulture, then there are lots of options open to you:
200 acres of parkland set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside. Explore over 200 years of history and heritage with walking routes and tower tours. If you are lucky then you may even spot the estate’s resident red deer herd.
Home to over 30 historic buildings, Avoncroft Museum is a fantastic day out for the whole family to enjoy. There are over 700 years of history dating from the fourteenth century to the second world war. Experience living history!
For further inspiration on the best places to visit this Easter holidays visit the Visit Worcestershire website.