Attractions

Top Choice Cathedral in Hereford

Hereford Cathedral

After Welsh marauders torched the original Saxon cathedral, the Norman rulers of Hereford erected a larger, grander cathedral on the same site, which was subsequently remodelled in a succession of medieval architect…
Museum in Hereford

Cider Museum Hereford

Mills and presses, glassware, watercolours, photographs and films are among the displays at this former cider-making factory (Bulmer's original premises), along with costrels (minibarrels) used by agricultural worke…
Brewery in Herefordshire

Westons Cider Mills

If you only have time to visit one Herefordshire cider-maker, make it Westons Cider Mills, whose house brew is even served in the Houses of Parliament. Informative tours (1½ hours) start at 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3.…
Abbey in Herefordshire

Dore Abbey

Located 13 miles southwest of Hereford in the Golden Valley village of Abbey Dore, Dore Abbey dates from the 12th century. The majority of the site has long been used as the parish church, other parts of the medieva…
Gallery in Ross-on-Wye

Market House

The 17th-century Market House sits atop weathered sandstone columns in Market Pl. The salmon-pink building is now home to artist collective Made in Ross, whose members live and work in a 20-mile radius, and exhibit …
Church in Ledbury

St Michael & All Angels

The 12th-century church of St Michael and All Angels has a splendid 18th-century spire and tower divided from its medieval nave.
Church in Ross-on-Wye

St Mary's Church

Crowning the hilltop, pin-straight St Mary's Church is a 13th-century construction with a fine east window and grand alabaster memorials, including the grave of John Kyrle and the outrageously ostentatious tombs of …