Historic Building sights in Worcester
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Saved in the nick of time by the National Trust, Greyfriars offers the chance to poke around a timber-framed merchant's house from 1480. The house is full of atmospheric wood-panelled rooms and backed by a pretty walled garden.
A few doors down, the mid-16th-century Tudor House is wonderfully warped; inside is a heritage centre run by local volunteers.
Also peek into the flamboyant Guildhall, created in 1722 by a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren who died in poverty while waiting for the city to pay him his dues.