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Welcome to Worcestershire's Heritage Garden in the District of Wychavon, centrally located in the beautiful county of Worcestershire in the Heart of England.

It is situated in one of the most unspoilt rural areas of England and is easily accessible to all parts of the country via the National Motorway network, and mainline rail links. With the M5 running through the area, cities such as Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Oxford and London are all within easy reach by means of the M6, M40, M42, M4 and M50. District Map.

Its home to three main towns, Droitwich Spa; the unique town that has achieved fame and recognition as Britain’s only brine spa. Evesham; situated on the banks of the River Avon and the centre of the well known "Vale", and Pershore; famous for its Georgian architecture, has the distinction of being designated a town of major architectural importance and is listed as an outstanding Conservation area; these combined with nearly one hundred villages, including the famous Cotswold village of Broadway, reputed to be one of the most beautiful in England, certainly means that Worcestershire's Heritage Garden will suit all tastes.

As well as a variety of things to do and many renowned attractions, the area offers quality accommodation for a short break; hotels, inns, guesthouses, farmhouses, self-catering and caravan and camping sites - you will be spoilt for choice.

The area has so many great events throughout the year, why not check the calendar and see if there is anything on or check out the famous festivals and attractions this area has to offer;

The British Asparagus Festival

AsparaFest - part of the British Asparagus Festival

Pershore Plum Festival

Droitwich Spa St. Richard's Festival

Droitwich Spa Salt Festival

Evesham Festival

Keep visiting!
Our new look website is undergoing many changes at present and new facilities, pages and information will be appearing over the coming weeks and months. At present you can view and search for attractions, accommodations and events in the district. Please do visit again and see what's new.

Eckington Bridge


Evesham Abbey


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This page was last reviewed 23 January 2014 at 18:25 by Katie Sexton.
The page is next due for review 22 July 2014.