Friar St was largely chock-a-block with historic architecture, until the iconoclastic 1960s when much was demolished, including the...
Rising above the River Severn, Worcester's majestic cathedral is best known as the final resting place of Magna Carta signatory King...
Elgar Birthplace Museum
England's most popular classical composer is celebrated with appropriate pomp and circumstance at Elgar Birthplace Museum, housed in the...
Despite looking as English as Tudor ruffs and claiming a resident ghost, this atmospheric Worcester institution with log-burning stoves...
Nancy's has a punk diner vibe and 'custom-built' sandwiches (gluten-free bread available). It's takeaway only, and busy, busy at...
High St · interesting places nearby
Peek into the flamboyant Georgian Guildhall. Note the two semi-gilded statues of Charles I and II either side of the door, plus the sculpted head of a man, said to be Cromwell, pinned by his ears to the top of the arch.