Discover Worcester

A vibrant city with a variety of cultural and historical attractions.

During your stay why not explore what Worcester has to offer, all within walking distance of our hotel.

Worcester Cathedral

A must see when in Worcester, described as possibly the most interesting of all England’s Cathedrals. Take a look around this beautifully constructed building, home to prayer and worship for fourteen centuries.

River Severn

Take a relaxing walk around the beautiful River Severn.

An illuminated towpath and nearby footbridge provide a circular walk with stunning views.

End at at the Diglis House Hotel with a well deserved cup of tea, glass of wine or a gin and tonic!

Commandery Civil War Centre

Most famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the Battle of Worcester 1651. From family fun activities to ghost tours, there is something for everyone.

Museum of Royal Worcester

Discover 250 years of colourful stories through the largest collection of Worcester porcelain in the world. Additionally, they offer Paint Your Own Pottery sessions for you and all the family to enjoy some creative fun.

Worcestershire Country Cricket Ground

Catch a game at the New Road, the home of the Worcestershire County Cricket Club since 1896 and only a short distance from the hotel.

Piston Gin School

Only a short distance from the hotel, enrol at Piston Gin School; the local Gin of Worcester. Learn all about the heritage, history and process of gin from the Piston Professionals. The best bit, create and distil your very own bottle of gin!

Explore more of Worcestershire, only a short drive away…

Witley Court and Gardens

One of England’s great country homes, with magnificent gardens and dramatic ruins, make for a wonderful day out.

The Malvern Hills

With a number of paths and trails to choose from, get to the top and take in the spectacular views as they look over Hereford and Worcester.

Severn Valley Railway

Grab your ticket and experience hundreds of years of history right under your feet. Head over to the Engine House Visitor Centre to get up close to the huge steam locomotives.

There is plenty more to do in the area, from Edward Elgar’s Birthplace and Statue to the Art Gallery and Museum.

To find out more about Worcestershire and to check out any seasonal activities, visit Visit Worcester or Visit Worcestershire Official Tourism Website.