Things to do in Malvern
Explore the local area
Besides relaxing, dining, and pampering yourself at the spa, there are plenty of things to do in Malvern if you want to explore the local area during your visit.
The Malvern Hills
The Malvern Hills run north to south for about 8 miles (15km) with spectacular views of Wales, The Severn Valley and the distant Cotswolds. Walking highlights include The British Camp, an Iron Age hill fort.
Malvern water has always made a bit of a splash. Historically the Queen would drink nothing else on royal tours and the popularity of the town increased due to the craze of spa water cures in the mid 19th century.
Hampton Court is a 15th century estate located in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Their tours are highly entertaining (and surprising!), plus their gardens are truly impressive. Tours are available during the summer.
Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, Eastnor Castle is an enchanting place for a day out. They also offer Land Rover experiences that encourage drivers to push both the vehicles and themselves to the limit.
Morgan Factory Tour
Recently renovated to deliver a revolutionary visitor experience, the tour of the Morgan Motor Company factory is now better than ever. Discover what it's like behind the scenes of one of the world's most unique car manufacturers.
Malvern cafes and shops
Not your average high street; Malvern is full of interesting sights and quirky cafes. We love the string of antique shops along Worcester Road, the Malvern Bookshop's old school values, and Josephine’s Little Tart Shop treats.
Afternoon tea at Colwall Park
Afternoon tea done properly - Twinings tea, home-baked sweet treats, and finger sandwiches - all available to enjoy both in the restaurant or garden. Colwall Park boasts award-winning cuisine not to be missed.
An annual event for Eastnor Castle, the Chilli Festival features over 60 stalls, live entertainment, eating competitions, plus cookery demonstrations. The event will be held Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd May 2020.
Home of the famous Malvern Festivals, artistic brilliance combines with architectural excellence to form an incredible backdrop for a hugely diverse selection of plays, music, comedy, dance, and films.
Theatre of Small Convenience
Listed as the smallest theatre in Britain by The Guinness Book of Records, this eccentric theatre is an independent and non profit-making project that opens on a request basis and used to be a gentlemen’s lavatory.
Three Counties Showground
Spanning across 90 acres, this historic venue plays host to everything from country fairs and exhibitions to championship dog shows. It's also just a 10-minute drive from The Malvern.