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  A wide selection of ideas for great days out in and around Ledbury - wine tasting, art galleries, museums, a cruise down the river, llama trekking or hot air ballooning. For the more adventurous the area offers kayaking, karting, mountain boarding, falconry and off-roading.


For particular upcoming events:

Ledbury Calendar

Visit the Malverns: Events

What's on around the Malverns




Near Ledbury        top


Eastnor Castle - Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake Eastnor Castle offers plenty to visitors including a variety of events, activities, a maze and children's play area.


Eastnor Pottery - Fabulous & fun pottery sessions for all the family.



Gadfield Elm Chapel - The oldest Mormon church in the world near Pendock.


Hellens Manor - With a wealth of period furnishings, paintings and decorations this Jacobean manor house and gardens in Much Marcle is a living historical monument.


Land Rover Experience - Off-roading in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Eastor Castle.


Newent Heritage Centre - Situated at the Market House the centre presents a pictorial history of Newent. Open Saturdays and Wednesdays 2-4pm.


Newent Lake - A haven for wildlife; a 20 minute relaxing circular walk in some of the most beautiful countryside in the area.


St. Bartholomew's Church - C13th 'mini cathedral' with tombs of Blanche Mortimer and Sir John Kyrle, marble wall plaques and an internationally famous yew tree over 1500 years old.


St. Mary's Church, Kempley - A C12th church with exceptional Norman wall paintings.


Three Choirs Vineyards - In a guided tour amongst the vines and in the winery you will learn about winemaking and its history and taste a selection of award winning wines.


The International Centre for Birds of Prey - On the outskirts of Newent see the birds up close and enjoy flying displays with the trainers. Falconry courses and photo experience days also available.


Virgin Balloon Flights - taking off from Eastnor Castle near Ledbury as well as Bromyard and Berrington Hall near Leominster.


Westons - Experience a shire horse dray ride, wander through Edwardian style Henry Weston Courtyard Garden and sample Weson's cider on the Mill Tour at Much Marcle.


Malvern Hills           top


Bands in the Park - Free Sunday afternoon concerts at the Victorian bandstand at Priory Park through the Summer months.


Charlie Ballard Nature Reserve - A mini nature reserve in Colwall.


Elgar Birthplace Museum - A fascinating insight into the life and music of composer Sir Edward Elgar in his birthplace in beautiful Worcestershire countryside.


Elgar Route - A drive around Elgar's Worcestershire.


George Marshall Medical Museum - See how people were treated in the past and how medicine has transformed our lives.


Hills Tourabout - A 10 mile circular drive around the North of the Malvern Hills.


Leigh Court Barn - This medieval timber-framed barn is the largest cruck structure in Britain.


Little Malvern Court & Gardens - A 15th Century Prior’s Hall nestled in the Malvern Hills.


Little Malvern Priory - A C12th church open every day to the public.


Malvern Hills & Commons - Walking, horse riding, mountain biking, orienteering and hang gliding.


Malvern Outdoor Elements - Nestled at the northern end of the Malvern Ridge in Worcestershire the centre is set within 9 acres of wooded grounds and provides opportunities for managed abseiling, grass sledging, adventure walks and trekking.


Malvern Museum - Attractions include the Water Cure Room, the Victorian Room and the Malvern Hills Room.


Malvern Spa - Luxurious spa treatments delivered in beautiful treatment rooms by qualified and experienced therapists.


Morgan Motor Company - Fully guided factory tours including museum.


St. Leonard's, Newland - Worship, musical events and 700 years of history.


The Picton Garden - Rare and unusual plants including the Michaelmas Daisies at Colwall.


The Theatre of Small Convenience - The smallest theatre in the world, transformed from a Victorian gentleman's lavatory.


Wye Valley & Forest of Dean           top


Clearwell Caves - These atmospheric ancient caves offer a fantastic underground experience in the heart of the Forest of Dean.


Dean Heritage Centre - Attractions, events, museum, sculpture.


Go Ape - A high-wire adventure in the Forest of Dean.


Goodrich Castle - Exhilarating views, audio tour and castle cafe.


Hill Top BoP - Bird of prey demonstrations at Llangarron near Ross-on-Wye


Littledean Jail - The U.K.'s most infamous and politically incorrect 'Black Museum'.


Pedalabikeaway - Cycle hire in Cannop Valley near Coleford.


River Wye Canoe Hire - Discover the beautiful Wye Valley by canoe.


Symonds Yat Canoe Hire - Canadian canoes for hire on the River Wye.


Tipi Adventure - Stay in a tipi, canoe the Wye, archery and bushcraft.


Way2Go - Guided kayaking trips along the River Wye.


Wilton Castle & Gardens - C12th romantic marcher castle.


Wyedean Canoe Hire - An adventure centre with canoe and kayak hire on the River Wye at Symonds Yat.


Wye Valley Visitor Centre - Enjoy the Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, Hedge Puzzle and Miniature Golf.


River Wye Cruises - Enjoy the beauty of the River Wye with Kingfisher Cruises or Wye Valley Cruises.



Hereford           top


Arthur's Stone - A Neolithic chambered tomb over 5,000 years old, where, legend has it, King Arthur slew a giant.


Broadfield Court - Cafe, gardens, vineyards and winetasting


Cider Museum & King Offa Distillery - The story of traditional cidermaking.


Dore Abbey - Visit the 1147 abbey and look out for concerts and other events here.


Herefordshire Cider Route - Explore cider production in Herefordshire - its history, its producers and the cider landscape.


Hereford Cathedral, Mappa Mundi & Magna Carta - Explore art and architecture from Norman times including the beautiful C14th Lady Chapel, the world famous C13th medieval map - the Mappa Mundi and the Hereford Magna Carta (1217).

Cathedral and Garden Tours available between June and September.


Hereford Museum & Art Gallery - Explore Herefordshire life and history in a spectacular Victorian gothic building in Hereford's city centre. It's art gallery changes exhibitions every 6-8 weeks.


Hereford Pedicabs - On weekends until the end of September enjoy a pedicab (rikshaw) tour of Hereford. Start point at Discover Herefordshire Centre.


Herefordshire Raceway - Karting at Weobley on a 600 meter track in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside.


Kilpeck Church & Castle - 8 miles S.W. of Hereford dating back to the Dark Ages, the church is home to a renowned sheela na gig.


The Waterworks Museum - A unique museum that brings the history of the water we drink to life.


Violette Szabo GC Museum - A small and very personal museum at Wormelow dedicated to the Second World War Violet Szabo.



North Herefordshire           top


Black and White Village Trail - Discover the delightful Black and White villages of North Herefordshire.


Broadfield Court, Bodenham - Wine-tasting, gift shop and court cafe.


Croft Castle & Parkland - Fine Georgian interiors, gardens and ancient chestnut avenues.


Edvin Loach - Remains of C11th Saxon church four miles North of Bromyard.

Explore Mortimer Country - Walk, cycle and drive through Mortimer Country.


Hampton Court - A restored C15th castle at Hope-Under-Dinmore with spectacular gardens, meadows and woodland.


Leominster Museum - The story of Leominster from pre-Roman times.


Lower Brockhampton - A 15th Century Medieval manor house set in tranquil woods and lush parkland


Oaker Wood Leisure - A world of adventurous outdoor activities.


Priory Church, Leominster - Founded in 1123 it possesses a ducking stool the last one used in England in 1809.


Queenswood Country Park - 103 acres of semi-natural ancient woodland which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Local Nature Reserve (LNR).


Weobley Museum - Its regularly changing displays exhibits local history.



The Cotswolds          top


Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park - A total countryside experience.


Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum - Exhibitions, talks, performances & workshops.

Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection - A vintage family day out in Bourton-on-the-Water.


Cotswold Water Park - Lakes, wildlife and water sports.


Cotswold Way National Trail - Walking, riding and cycling in an area of outstanding natural beauty.


Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens - A gardener's delight and one of the UK's largest zoological collections.


Head4Heights - Aerial adventure centre at the Cotswold Country Park & Beach.


Holst Birthplace Museum - Explore the intimate Victorian world of the Holst family home.


Prescott Hill Climb - Motor sport speed hill climb.


Stanway Fountain - The world's highest gravity fountain.


Sudeley Castle - Gardens, collections, pheasantry and adventure playground.


The Model Village - A 1930s 1/9th replica of Bourton-on-the-Water.



Severn Vale        top


English Holiday Cruises - Cruise the River Severn on the Edward Elgar Riverboat Hotel.


Gloucester Cathedral - Guided tours, Tower tours, Whispering Gallery and Herb Garden.


Gloucester City Museum - Dress up as a Roman or Celt, get up close to surprising dinosaurs

and ice age beasts and enjoy a free 40 minute culture lecture.


Gloucester Folk Museum - One of the oldest social history museums with folk tea rooms and boutique, gallery and sewing circle.


Severn Expeditions - Self-drive and skippered boats available for day hire, operating from Upton Marina.


Severn Leisure Cruises - Cruises on board the MV Conway Castle - the largest passenger vessel on the River Severn.


Tewkesbury Abbey - Tours, concerts, history and beautiful architecture.


Tewkesbury Museum - Exhibitions with an emphasis on the Battle of Tewkesbury (1471).


The Commandery - Mid C15th St. Wulfstan's hospital is home to a major exhibition of the English Civil War.


The Falconry School - Falconry experience days, displays and courses.


The Heritage Centre, Upton-upon-Severn - Situated within an extension and the ground floor of the 13th Century Church Tower, its displays provide a local history.


The John Moore Countryside Museum - An extensive Natural History collection featuring specimens of the mammals and birds native to our countryside, woodlands and wetlands.


Tiltridge Vineyard - Wine tasting and walk around two vineyards.


Tudor House Museum, Upton-upon-Severn - Exhibiting local history.


Tudor House, Worcester - History comes to life with some of the city's best guides, artists, historians and craftspeople working in a special place.


Worcester Cathedral - Tours, exhibitions and music events.


Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum - Regimental galleries, Spiri of Enterprise gallery, Chemist Shop gallery and children's activity space.


Worcester Porcelain Museum - The world's largest collection of Worcester Porcelain.

Children Centred         top


Berrow House - Grass sledging, picnic area & water garden


Bugsboarding - and biking and mountainboarding at Maisemore.


Cattle Country Adventure Park - The adventure begins.... at Berkeley.


Cotswold Farm Park - Rare breeds through the ages, tractor school and touch barn.


Dean Forest Railway - Explore the Forest with the train.


Herefordshire Treasure TrailsA fun way to explore rural Herefordshire with trails in Ledbury, the Malvern Hills, Ross-on-Wye and many others.

GlazyDayz Pottery Cafe - Paint-Your-Own-Pottery Studio in Ledbury.


Llama Trekking - In the foothills of the Black Mountains in the Golden Valley.


Out To Grass - A mountain boarding centre with BMX facilities at Cradley.


Play Planet - Play Planet is Hereford’s only indoor children’s play centre, offering a three tier space themed soft play experience.


Perrygrove Railway & Treetop Adventure - Vintage trains, treasure hunt, woodland walks and 1½ mile return trip on heritage railway.


Puzzlewood - Puzzlewood is a unique attraction, located in the beautiful and historic Forest Of Dean. Explore meandering pathways through beautiful ancient woodland. The mile of paths wind through gulleys and moss covered rocks, over bridges and through fantastic tree and rock formations.


Shortwood Farm - An authentic farm experience.


Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre - An award winning centre with a large selection of British owls at Kington near the Welsh border.


The Dean Heritage Centre - A calendar full of events throughout the Spring and Summer. Regular activities include an adventure playground, chainsaw carving and ferret walking.


The Play Barn - Newbridge Farm Park is a park and open farm for visits from groups and families.


The Time Machine Doctor Who Museum - The phenomenal Dr Who Exhibition, Bromyard. Open throughout 2011 it now includes new displays of BBC props, monsters and costumes from Dr Who from it's beginnings in the 1960's right up to present day.


Other suggestions for a day out:


BBC: Things To Do


English Heritage


Heritage Open Days - 12th to 15th September, 2013


National Trust


Visit England



Follow the Trail......

Solve the Clues.......

See the Sights.......


Malvern - Ledbury - Hereford - Upton - Forest of Dean and many more trails


Get your Treasure Trails from Ledbury TIC @ Ice Bytes


Treasure Trails are an interesting and fun way to explore the area and make great gifts for family and friends.


Rural Concierge - Quality sightseeing itineraries, tours & walks.




Cycling      top



   Take your bike on the train, alight at Ledbury and start cycling. What could be more convenient?


   Ledbury has several established bike rides that take the rider off the beaten A road and into some of the loveliest countryside in England with plenty of interesting diversions along the way.


   Ledbury has dedicated parking hoops and cycles available for hire at The Old Kennels on the Bromyard Road: Ledbury Cycle Hire.


   For bicycle repair and cycle purchases Ledbury has a cycle shop in Bank Crescent - Cycles Clements.


Come Cycling Ledbury


   Ledbury and Area Cycle Forum has produced three cycle routes with maps:

The Ledbury Loop - A 17 mile rural cycle ride exploring the area's cultural heritage including the Dymock poets' cottages, the Three Choirs Vineyard, village churches and Eastnor Castle.

Much Marcle & Kempley Loop - This 8 mile loop can be accessed from the above Ledbury Loop. It takes in St. Bartholomew's 1,000 year old yew tree, Weston Cider Mill and St. Mary's Church with its famous medieval wall paintings.

Masefield Trail - A 25 mile cycle ride from Ledbury's Bye Street to Eastnor Knoll and Tewkesbury Road through a landscape that inspired the poet John Masefield.


Ledbury Cider Cycling Route - Whether you're taking in the Spring's wild daffodils or the Autumn's apple and pear orchards you'll be tempted to sample traditionally made cider and perry at the Weston Cider Mill, Lyne Down Farm or Gregg's Pit especially during the Big Apple celebration. Please note that the Ledbury Cider Cycling Route is not available at Ledbury TIC as it contains errors.


Malvern Offroad Cycling - A number of cycling routes taking in the Malvern Hills, the town and villages around, with variations Sir Edward Elgar may himself have peddled.


By Bike in the Foothills of the Malverns - Four rides on a map devised by local cyclist Colin Palmer that explores the outstanding beauty and cultural heritage of the area.


Woolhope Dome Cycling Map - A hilly ride with excellent views of Herefordshire taking in both quiet lanes and the forest roads of Haugh Wood - a site of special scientific interest.


Herefordshire Leisure Cycle Guide - Six rides that include Hereford city, Three Rivers, the Black and White VillageTrail and the Wye Valley.


Wheely Wonderful Cycling - Cycling and walking holidays in North Herefordshire and Shropshire.


Some cycle maps and routes are available at Ledbury Tourist Information at Ice Bytes.




Walks      top



   Ledbury is well-positioned to explore the three counties with its own local walks as well as plenty more nearby. It is the perfect place to base yourself for walking the Malvern Hills, Dymock Woods and the Vale of Leadon.


   Ledbury Town Walk: There is plenty to see in Ledbury with three museums and numerous historically fascinating buildings such as the Market House, the Barrett-Browning Institute, a medieval hospital complex and the Baptist and Methodist chapels.


   As well as the walks laid out below, there are three local woods to walk in; the Town Trail (a cycle route along the old Ledbury - Gloucester railway line) and a walk along the River Leadon with a children's play area and picnic site at the Ledbury Riverside Park.


   Ledbury is on the Geopark Way - a 109 miles of walks in the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark. Herefordshire & Worcestershire Earth Heritage Trust studies, protects and promotes the Geopark and has revealed a geological prehistoric record of the area from ancient rock to medieval building stones. The Geopark is divided into 24 distinct trails that include Great Malvern, Woolhope Dome and Symonds Yat which has "arguably the most beautiful view in the country."


   Ledbury Heritage Trail - take in the historic sights of the town - the much filmed and photographed cobbled Church Lane, the magnificent black and white timbered Market House, the quaint Barrett-Browning Institute, superb Tudor and Victorian architecture and the fascinating burgage plots that reveal the story of Ledbury's early development.


Walks Around Ledbury - A series of nine countryside walks produced by Ledbury Walkers' Club, includes Bromsberrow Church, Frith Wood and Marcle Ridge.


Visit Woods - An online guide to the woods of the UK.


Ghost Walk - A spine-chilling guided ghost walk around Ledbury - contact 01531 650414 to book. There is also a guided Historic Walk available by prior arrangement around Ledbury.


The Vale of Leadon - Ledbury takes its name from the River Leadon, a secluded river that meanders South from Evesbatch, runs past Ledbury and Dymock before flowing further South into the River Severn. Fourteen walks along public rights of way have been mapped in Secret River: Exploration of the Leadon Valley.


Spring Flower Walk - A walk around White Leaved Oak taking in the wild flowers and impressive views.


   Five miles South of Ledbury you'll find Dymock Woods, excellent for walks especially in the Spring when the wild daffodils offer a spectacular display. Daffodil Way is a 9 mile circular walk through meadows, orchards and woodland in the heart of daffodil country. There are also two Poets' Paths walks celebrating the Dymock Poets.


Kempley Tardis - for details of various walks around Kempley and Dymock.


"The genius of the place: all set in the blue of the sky,

green of the fields and leaves, and that red, that red of the soil." Ivor Gurney


Newent Lake - A relaxing 20 minute circular walk through some of the most beautiful countryside in the area.


Canal Walks - Four walks at Staplow, Dymock, Oxenhall and Withington Wharf that take in parts of the old Hereford - Gloucester canal.


Walking around Hartpury - The Hartpury Circular Walk, walks from Corsend and walks to Ashleworth.


Miles without Stiles - Easy access walking around Colwall.

The Malvern Hills - These ancient hills offer superb walks and breathtaking views of the three counties. There are many walks and trails around the Malvern Hills and numerous books and other publications to guide you. The Malverns offer a lot more than walks - hang gliding, mountain biking, climbing, kite flying, horse riding and fishing to name but a few of the other activities you may enjoy taking part in or simply watching.


Malvern Hills AONB - Scroll down the web page to download various Malvern Hills walks, including the Discovery Walks, A Literary Trail and Springs and Spouts.


West Malvern hosts amazing displays of wild bluebells in its fields and ancient woodlands in April/May.


Malvern Hills Walking Festival - Nine days of themed walks in Elgar country.

The Elgar Route - A two hour stroll around Elgar's Worcester.


Malvern Hills District Footpath Society - Walks programme around Malvern.


A Literary Trail Around the Malverns - The trail reveals literary connections in the area that include Malvern, Dymock, Hope End and Ledbury.


St. Wulstan's Nature Reserve - Enjoy a walk through the hay meadow, wildflower areas and the woodlands.


Ravenshill Woodland Reserve - 50 acres of semi natural ancient woodland within the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty.


May Hill - crowned by a clump of pine trees planted in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's golden jubilee, May Hill offers excellent views of the surrounding countryside, beautiful wild bluebells in the Spring and a local site for May Day celebrations.


Circular Walks - 15 way-marked circular walks in Herefordshire, includes Marcle Ridge and Woolhope and two long distance routes.


Herefordshire Walking Festival  - 60 guided walks around the county in June.


Herefordshire Trail - A 150 mile route from the Malverns in the East to the Black Mountains in the West.


Kington Walks - 30 walks for all ages and abilities in the Welsh Marches.


Herefordshire Ramblers - A programme of walks in Herefordshire open to everyone.


Worcestershire Ramblers - A programme of walks in the lovely countryside of Worcestershire and the Cotswolds.


Gloucestershire Area Ramblers - A programme of walks throughout the year.


Wye Valley & Forest of Dean - 12 Easy Walks suitable for the less able, pushchairs, young families and older walkers.


Wye Valley Walk - A 136 mile river walk taking in ravine gorge cloaked in woodland, meadows and orchards and rugged and remote uplands.


Winchcombe Cotswolds Walking Festival - 18-20th May offers 18 guided walks in the Cotswolds.


Pub Walks - There a number of interesting pub walks highlighted in various publications. These walks include the Red Lion at Cradley, the Oddfellows at Colwall, the Plume of Feathers at Castlemorton Common and the Malvern Hills Hotel at the British Camp. Guide books available at Ledbury TIC.


Black and White Village Trail - Discover the delightful Black and White villages of North Herefordshire.


Ross-on-Wye and the Wye Valley by bus - A scenic bus ride from Hereford to Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye and a walk along the Herefordshire Trail.


The Hoarwithy Bus - A scenic bus ride from Hereford to Ross-on-Wye taking in two walks around the Hoarwithy area.


Mortimer Country Bus Walks - Three walks in the Mortimer Forest and North Herefordshire.

Details of all these walks and others are available at Ledbury Tourist Information Centre.

Gardens      top


   The Three Counties are known for their beautiful and inspiring countryside, but they are also home to some of the loveliest gardens in England and some grand stately homes.


Abbey Dore Court, Abbey Dore

Berrington Hall, Leominster

Broadfield Court, Bodenham

Brobury House Gardens, Bredwardine

Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty

Bryan's Ground, Presteigne

Croome, near High Green

Cwmmau Farmhouse, Whitney-on-Wye

Greyfriar's House & Garden, Worcester

Hampton Court, near Hope under Dinmore

Hardwicke Court, Gloucester :01452 720212

Hergest Croft Gardens, Kington

How Caple Court Gardens, How Caple

Kentchurch Court Gardens, near. Pontrilas

Lawton Hall Herbs, Eardisland

Little Malvern Court & Gardens: 01684 892988

Mill Dene, Moreton in Marsh

Monnow Valley Arts, Walterstone

Moors Meadow, near Bromyard

Painswick Rococo Gardens, Painswick

Picton Garden, Colwall

Shipley Gardens, Holme Lacy

Spetchley Park Gardens, Worcestershire

Stanway House & Fountain, Cheltenham

Stockton Bury Gardens, Kimbolton

Sufton Court, Mordiford: 01432 870268/850328

The Garden at The Bannut, Bringsty

The Laskett Gardens, Much Birch

The Weir, Swainshill

Westonbury Mill Water Gardens, Pembridge

Wilton Castle & Gardens, Ross-on-Wye

Witley Court and Gardens, Great Witley

Whittington Court, Cheltenham: 01242 820556


Search for more gardens open to the public:

British Red Cross

Cotswolds Gardens Guide

Heritage Open Days - 8th - 11th September, 2011

National Garden Scheme

Stately Homes




The Malvern Spring Gardening Show - at the Three Counties Show Ground offers a great day out filled with inspirational ideas for your garden. May 9th - 12th.


The Malvern Autumn Show is a show for food and gardening lovers taking place on September 28th -29th.


The Garden Festival at Hellens Manor, Much Marcle - 8th - 9th June.




Garden Centres

Caves Folly Nurseries, Colwall

3 Shires Garden Centre, near Newent

Newent Plant Centre

Staunton Garden Centre

Wyevale: Hereford Garden Centre


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