The Dewdrop Inn
A very short journey from Worcester city centre, but nestled on the edge of the glorious Worcestershire countryside you will find The Dewdrop Inn. We are located in Lower Broadheath, just a mere 6 minutes away from the bright city.
The Dewdrop is the ideal location if you are planning to visit local Worcestershire attractions, enjoy a long weekend of walking, or head to a Worcester Warriors game or WCCC match.
Below we have compiled a list of a variety of tourist attractions that are easily accessible whilst staying at The Dewdrop Inn. There is a whole host of great days out for you and your family right on our doorstep; from museums, fishing, rambling, safari parks and gardens, and great places for the kids.
Distance: 4.4 miles
The Worcester Porcelain Museum stands a mere 4.4 miles from The Dewdrop Inn. It houses the world’s largest collection of Worcester Porcelain. The ceramic collections, archives and records of factory production, form the primary resource for the study of Worcester porcelain and its history.
Distance: 4.9 miles
John has stocked more than 3,000 mirror and common carp in Elgar and Island pools and match returns from the other four waters have shown they were unaffected with more than 100 match weights coming in at over 100lbs. In one match alone the top seven weights came in at over 100lbs and the 14 anglers who took part weighed in more than 1,100lbs of fish. Anglers should also be aware that, because there are a lot of good sized carp in all the Lower Broadheath waters, they may need to scale up their line strength.
Distance: 5.2 miles
A 17th-century half-timbered black-and-white dovecote building in Worcestershire. The building although small is very striking, being 5 miles north of Worcester city centre.
Distance: 3.9 miles
“The Gallery” at Bevere on the outskirts of Worcester shows the best of modern/British studio ceramics, along with paintings, glasswork and other crafts in an intimate setting. A regional gallery showing national and international artists!” – David Whiting, Crafts Critic.
Distance: 8 miles
A hundred years ago, Witley Court was one of England’s great country houses, hosting many extravagant parties. Today it is a spectacular ruin, the result of a disastrous fire in 1937. Restoration work to the West Wing has made several new rooms accessible to the public. The vast and rambling remains of the palatial 19th-century mansion are surrounded by magnificent landscaped gardens – the ‘Monster Work’ of William Nesfield – which still contain huge stone fountains. The largest, representing Perseus and Andromeda, which has been restored, was described as making the ‘noise of an express train’ when fired.
Distance: 11.9 miles
The County Museum main galleries include collections ranging from children’s toys, archaeology and costume to craft work by the Bromsgrove Guild. Each year we will be changing and re-displaying our permanent exhibitions and bringing more objects out of our stores so there will always be something new for you to discover!
Distance: 15 miles
The Arboretum at Upper Arley is one of the oldest in Great Britain. Beautiful and unspoilt, with an important range of mature native and rare species, it is now open to the public for the first time! Arley lies tucked away in the beautiful countryside of the Worcestershire/ Shropshire borders, in a perfect setting on the banks the of the River Severn. The arboretum is above the picturesque village of Upper Arley and provides the backdrop for its 900-year-old church.
Distance: 14.8 miles
Fun for the whole family, having the fastest, tallest, largest and cutest animals in the country, a 4 mile drive over 100 acres. With a discovery trail and leisure park.
There are several steam trains running between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth.
Distance: 8 miles
The Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb was founded by The Midland Automobile Club who organise sprints, sporting trials, classic car events and rounds of the British hill climb.
Distance: 5.8 miles
The famous British motor car Morgan. Why not visit the factory and hire a Morgan for the day?
Distance: 3 miles
Worcestershire CCC was formed on 4 March 1865. New Road, Worcester has been the home cricket ground of Worcestershire County Cricket Club since 1896 with a ground capacity of 4,900. Proud to host many club and international matches throughout the summer.
Distance: 3.3 miles
Worcester Racecourse, with its picturesque tree-lined track and unique position nestling on the banks of the River Severn, offers a great day out for all the family.
Distance: 13.3 miles
With over 250 days of country shows and events throughout the year, everyone can enjoy a great day out at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern.