Whether you’re a keen explorer or you’d like to try a new place out, there’s plenty to see in and around Worcester.

The National Trust offers many locations to visit across the UK including in Worcestershire.

To help you plan your next adventure, we’ve rounded up some of the places you’ll find within an hour’s drive of Worcester.

5 National Trust places to visit near Worcester in 2023

Here are five of the National Trust’s places you can visit near Worcester and if you’d like to find out more information, you can visit the website.

Berrington Hall

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Location: near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DW

There’s plenty to see and do at Berrington Hall but it’s important to note that visitors can only enter the mansion on weekends from 11am to 4pm during the winter period.

The rooms offer lots of character and history for visitors to take in.

You can get to know more about the families who once lived at Berrington Hall and there’s an exhibition to visit on the first floor.

It doesn’t stop there though as there’s also a garden to explore within the grounds and the benches and tables offer an ideal opportunity for a picnic if you wish to take one with you.

Berrington Hall has a Tripadvisor rating of 4.5 and you can see the reviews here.

Brockhampton Manor House

Location: Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty, near Bromyard, Herefordshire, WR6 5TB

The house and estate are also open on weekends during the winter months for visitors.

Those who pay the house a visit will see inside the property which boasts a kitchen, Buttery, and Great Hall plus several bedrooms and more.

Visitors can also visit the Gatehouse, a building that was first built 500 years ago.

Brockhampton Manor House has a Tripadvisor rating of 4.5 and you can see the reviews here.

Knowles Mill

Location: Dowles Brook, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2LX

If you’re looking for somewhere to go for a walk with some scenery, Knowles Mill could be the place for you.

Why not stroll through the Wyre Forest along the stream? You’ll see the mill which dates back to the 18th century.

The mill still retains some of its original machinery including the frames of an overshot waterwheel.

Knowles Mill has a Tripadvisor rating of 4.5 and you can see the reviews here.

Hawford Dovecote

Location: Hawford, Worcestershire, WR3 7SG

Take in the views of the Worcestershire countryside and see the remains of a former medieval monastic grange.

The dovecote has many of its original features that visitors can spot while there.

Middle Littleton Tithe Barn

Location: Middle Littleton, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8LN

Middle Littleton Tithe Barn has a Tripadvisor rating of 4.5 and you can see the reviews here.

If you fancy a stroll, the circular walk at Middle Littleton Tithe Barn could be ideal for you.

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You’ll walk by the River Avon if you decide to take in the views and spot wildlife.

Middle Littleton Tithe Barn is one of the biggest and finest 13th-century tithe barns in the country, according to the National Trust.

If you’d like to make the most of your day trip, you can also visit Croome Park or Hidcote Manor Garden.