Local Events & Attractions
When staying with us there are a host of things to do, both at Brockencote Hall and in the surrounding areas. The list below will start you on the right path to planning a fantastic trip...
Welcome to the beautiful town of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds.
Arley Arboretum & Gardens
Arley Arboretum is one of the oldest Arboretums in Great Britain.
Bevere Gallery Worcester
Centre for modern & contemporary studio ceramics and original artwork.
Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery
World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre.
Black Country Living Museum
Discover a fascinating world when you visit this urban heritage park in the shadow of Dudley Castle at the heart of the Black Country.
An oasis of plantations, pools and avenues beautifully landscaped including over 3000 species of trees and shrubs from all over the world.
Elgar Birthplace Museum and Visitor Centre
Explore the life and music of one of England's greatest composers.
Go Ape Tree top Adventure
Tree top adventures in the forest!
Hanbury Hall, part of The National Trust, is a beautiful William and Mary-style house built in 1701 by Thomas Vernon.
Hartlebury Castle and its surrounding landscape have belonged to the See of Worcester since circa 860 A.D.
We offer the best in clay pigeon shooting, laser clay shooting, laser tag and general shooting activities
Ombersley Golf Club
Ombersley Golf Club is renowned for its friendly and relaxing atmosphere and welcomes all golfers on a pay and play basis - regardless of handicap.
Red Rag Art Gallery
Red Rag is one of the best known British Art Galleries with a worldwide reputation for fine art.
Severn Valley Railway
A magical steam train ride through the Worcestershire countryside.
St Marys and All Saints Parish Church
Dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, St Mary & All Saints is the largest parish church in Worcestershire.
The Malvern Hills
A miniature mountain range stretching across the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.
Three Counties Showground
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with clear views of the famous Malvern Hills.
Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw-dropping history – come rain or shine.
The Wyre Forest is one of the largest remaining ancient woodlands in Britain and straddles the borders of Worcestershire and Shropshire.