Peek into the flamboyant Georgian Guildhall. Note the two semi-gilded statues of Charles I and II either side of the door, plus the...
Rising beautifully above the River Severn, Worcester's majestic cathedral is best known as the final resting place of Magna Carta...
Once a weaver's house and then a brewery, the mid-16th-century Tudor House is wonderfully warped and contains a lovely Tudor ceiling...
Despite looking as English as Tudor ruffs and claiming a resident ghost, this atmospheric Worcester institution sells Austrian beers in...
Mac & Jacks
This Friar St outfit has a lovely deli downstairs for quality tit-bits and a relaxing cafe upstairs for caffeine, sandwiches and a...
Lonely Planet review
Friar St was largely chock-a-block with historic architecture, until the iconoclastic 1960s when much was demolished, including the lovely medieval Lich Gate. Some creaky old almshouses survive and Greyfriars was saved in the nick of time by the National Trust, offering the chance to poke around a timber-framed merchant's house from 1480. It's full of atmospheric wood-panelled rooms and is backed by a pretty walled garden.