Out and About

Worcester is centrally placed and has excellent transport links. Below you will find some of the ways in which you can spend your time whilst staying with us whether you choose to stay in the City or explore surrounding towns and countryside.

To find out what is going on in Worcester and the surrounding area go to www.worcestershire.org/events

Getting about

We are only half a mile from Foregate Street station which is situated at the end of the main High Street. From here you can travel to Birmingham (50 minutes), Malvern (15 minutes), Hereford (50 minutes), Oxford (1 hour 20) and London ( 2 Hours 30)

Shopping hours

The Guest House is situated approximately half a mile from the City Centre where you will find the pedestrianised High Street with all the main national stores. Just off High Street is the modern Crowngate shopping centre. But the City is also well known for its many small individual outlets which sell a variety of goods not found in the High Street. If small shops appeal to you, be sure to explore Reindeer Court, the Hopmarket and Friar Street during your stay.

Should you want to explore the shops further afield why not try Birmingham or Great Malvern?

Friar Street, WorcesterHigh Street, Worcester a short walk form Wyatt Guest House


Worcestershire County Cricket Club - first class cricket throughout the summer months at what is widely regarded as the most picturesque ground in the country.

Worcester races - whether you fancy a flutter or not, a visit to the races at Worcester's pleasant riverside course is a great way to spend an afternoon during your stay with us.

Worcester Warriors - the local Premiership side is based on the outskirts of the City, close to junction 6 of the M5 motorway.


The Swan Theatre - Worcester's local theatre regularly features local productions

Malvern Winter Gardens Theatre - a short drive or train journey away, this theatre offers a wide ranges of professional productions.

Huntingdon Hall - a small but wonderfully atmospheric venue which features classic concerts most weeks of the year.

Local attractions

Worcester Cathedral - why not visit the cathedral with its wonderful riverside setting and see the burial place of King John and Henry VIII's elder brother Prince Arthur.

Worcester Porcelain Museum - the City has been famed for its porcelain for hundreds of years. The museum charts the development of the industry and houses many unique gems.

Elgar Birthplace Museum - Edward Elgar is without doubt Worcester's most famous son. Take a visit to the museum in the house where he was born at Broadheath, 3 miles to the west of Worcester, and discover more about the composer of 'Land of Hope and Glory,' 'The Engima Variations' and other English masterpieces.

The Commandry Museum - the place to find out all about the Battle of Worcester which took place in 1651 and was key to the outcome of the English Civil War.

Further afield

The Severn Valley Railway - one of the longest preserved lines in the U.K. with steam running most days, the line runs from Kidderminster (20 on the main line) to Bridgnorth. Why not stop off along the way to explore the pleasant riverside town of Bewdley.

Birmingham & Worcester CanalView of the River Severn at Worcester