Evesham is a town within the local government district of Wychavon, county of Worcestershire, England. It lies within the River Avon's flood plain in proximity with the Cheltenham town, Worcester City and Stratford-upon-Avon. The area is known for its colorful history, cultural heritage and the Second Baron's War that took place near its territory.
The truck roads A44 and A46 serve Evesham. The said roads connect the town to Britain's extensive road network. Travelers from London most especially the first time visitors are highly recommended to take the said routes as the town is merely at the junction of the said motorways.
Almonry Heritage Centre features several magnificent historical displays about the history of life within the town from the prehistoric times and onwards. The centre is located at Abbey Gate, Evesham.
Church of St. John the Baptist is a Grade 2 listed building located within the small village of Beckford not too far from Evesham. It was built sometime around 1360 and is still open to public today. The church is famous for its magnificent architectural style, interior design and peaceful surroundings.
Evesham Library has wide range of books and audiovisual materials great for scholarly studies and cultural orientation. The library is located at the heart of the town of Evesham along Oat Street.
Lower River Avon refers to the part of River Avon that flows from the town of Evesham to Tewkesbury. The areas near the river within Evesham are one wonderful to visit as it homes several restaurants, parklands and pubs. Amongst the Lower River Avon's celebrated features are its lush waterside gardens; children's play area, flood meadows, picnic benches, boat trips and rowing boats for hire.
Middle Littleton Tithe Barn can be found in Middle Littleton, Evesham. It is a large National Trust building with history dating way back the 13th century. The barn is famous for being one of the largest and finest of its kind. A barn like this was then used for storing farmers' tithes for the church.