Wyre Forest, Bromsgrove and Redditch
Set in 250 acres of landscaped parkland, Hagley Hall and Park are magnificent achievements of eighteen century English architecture. The Hall is the last of the Great Palladian houses.
Between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster
Built in the 1300s and developed in the 1500s, it is a beautiful moated manor house with the largest surviving series of priest hides in the country and a rare collection of original Elizabethan wall paintings.
Sir Rowland Hill
See the statue of the originator of the penny postage system and developer of the modern postal service outside the Town Hall in Kidderminster Town Centre. Also, in Kidderminster, admire
Museum of Carpet
Discover the fascinating history of over 300 years of Kidderminster’s industrial heritage and over 3,000 carpet designs, many by significant designers such as Charles Voysey, Edouard Glorget and Bernat Klein.
Skilled volunteers carry out demonstrations on our original power looms. Hand loom weaving volunteers demonstrate the carpet’s pre-industrial roots, producing hand-made goods for sale in the Museum shop. There are a wide range of interactive exhibits, films and audios throughout the galleries providing further insights into the industry.
Bordesly Abbey, Redditch
Forge Mill Needle Museum
Forge Mill Needle Museum and Bordesley Abbey, Redditch
Forge Mill Needle Museum offers a unique glimpse into the region’s history. It contains the world’s last water-powered scouring mill, and the story of how Redditch produced 90% of the Victorian world’s needles is brought to life through exhibitions, guided tours, family events and a children’s play area.
Bewdley Town, Canal Basins
Bewdley and Stourport-on-Severn
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