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Worcester is a city within the non-metropolitan county of Worcestershire, West Midlands Region, England, United Kingdom. It lies in proximity of River Severn's eastern banks and bordered on its northern part by the city of Gloucester.
Its earliest known history dates back the Neolithic Age and has been a venue and or was able to witness a number of major historical events (example: The Anarchy and The Battle of Worcester) that forever shaped the country to what it is today. The city is famous for its historical destinations, leisure facilities and for being home to both the Lea and Perrins factory and the Royal Worcester Porcelain.
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Top Attractions within WorcesterBattle of Worcester Trail September 2011 commemorated the 360th anniversary of the battle of Worcester. The battle partnership created a city centre walk that stops off at all the major battle sites some of which are attractions themselves such as the King Charles House and Worcester cathedral. The walk takes about an hour excluding time spent in attractions.
King Charles House dates back the 15th century and is currently one of the city's most popular destinations. The building was the house that served both as the Prince Charles' headquarters in 1651 and the only exit within the city of Worcester that saved his life when the Parliamentary troops was able to reach his headquarters. The historical building is located at New Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom.
Museum of Worcester Porcelain homes the world's largest collection of porcelain from local porcelain factories that tell a lot about the porcelain industry of Worcester. It is located at Severn Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom. The venue has four galleries with interactive audio that tell about the history of the porcelain industry in a very interesting manner. The museum's other highlights include its beautiful gift shop and tearooms. To learn more about the fine destination you may visit its website www.worcesterporcelainmuseum.org.uk.
The Greyfriars sits along Friar Street, Worcester, England, United Kingdom. It is a 15th century merchant's house with timber-framed Tudor architectural design that lies at the heart of the city. The house currently features a relaxing walled garden and large collection of panelling and textiles. Click here for more information.
Worcester Cathedral or The Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Worcester towers along the banks of River Severn in Worcester, England, United Kingdom. It was founded sometime in 680 and still actively serves as an Anglican cathedral today. The church and its surrounding grounds form part Worcester's most sought after destinations. Its attractions include its impressive architectural style, medieval cloisters, ancient crypt, chapter house, medieval library and the royal tombs where King John and many other noble people before him are buried.
Worcester Swan Theatre features wide range of performances by professional touring and local amateur productions all year round. The venue is located at The Moors, Worcester, England, United Kingdom. Visit www.worcesterlive.co.uk for more information.
Worcester, England, United Kingdom