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  • Moccas Hill Wood

    Moccas Hill Wood was part of Moccas deer park and now belongs to Natural England and the Woodland Trust.
    Open to the public and accessed from Pentre Lane between Bredwardine and Dorstone.
    This network of footpaths offer a variety of trails including short circuits for wheelchairs and pushchairs along with more challenging routes.
    Dogs on leads are welcome.

  • Brobury House and Gardens

    Brobury house and gardens at Bredwardine overlooking the River Wye.
    The gardens are open every day, and year-round between 10am and 5pm
    Come and experience for yourself the peace and tranquillity of Victorian Brobury House and 8 acres of Garden.


  • Hergest Croft Gardens, Kington

    The GARDENS open seven days a week from Saturday 26th March 2022.
    Dogs on leads are welcome. Many areas of the garden are accessible to wheelchair users.
    70 acres of garden created over 120 years by four generations.
    MAPLES TEAROOM are open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30 – last orders are 4.45pm


  • Hereford Waterworks Museum

    Not In Steam Waterworks Museum

    Not In Steam Waterworks Museum – Not in steam days are every Tuesday 11 – 4pm so whatever your reasons for visiting the Waterworks Museum – Hereford, there is so much more to see than just big engines and industrial heritage.

  • Arthur’s Stone

    Arthur’s Stone is an atmospheric Neolithic burial chamber made of great stone slabs, set in the hills above Herefordshire’s Golden Valley.
    Like many prehistoric monuments in western England and Wales, this tomb has been linked to King Arthur since before the 13th century. According to legend, it was here that Arthur slew a giant who left the impression of his elbows on one of the stones as he fell.
    Arthur’s Stone website

  • Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre

    Open all Year, animals are displayed outside and undercover. A place to explore and interact with friendly and unusual rare breed animals, an extensive collection of owls from all over the world, waterfowl, pheasants and a small animal house.

  • Black and White House Museum

    The Black and White House Museum – also known as ‘the Old House’ – has been called ‘a perfectly preserved Jacobean timber-framed house’. It is a place which vividly tells both it’s own immensely varied story and nearly four centuries of Hereford’s history.

    Built in 1621 as a showpiece residence and shop embedded in the city-centre Butcher’s Row, the house probably witnessed street fighting during the English Civil War.Black and White House Nuseum

  • Old Railway Garden Centre

    Local produce, tea room, Restaurant, clothing, household goods, outdoor living, pets and aquarium centre and of course plants and all things related. Kids clubs held throughout the summer and half term. Adult events all year round (Covid dependant).Dogs welcome. Old Railway Garden Centre

  • Mappa Mundi

    Visit Hereford Cathedral and the Famous Mappa Mundi in its purpose built showcase alongside the worlds largest chained library.

  • Hereford Cider Museum

    This museum is set in part of the original Bulmers Cider factory and covers cider making in Herefordshire. The tour takes you through displays and original areas of their factory including the cellars and bottling plant.

  • Ralph Court Gardens

    Twelve Unique Gardens to Explore
    From Italy to Africa transport yourself around the world and beyond into a mythical-fantasy world.

    With a surprise around every corner, the gardens are for all ages and wheel-chair friendly. Ralph Court Gardens

  • The Judges Lodging House at Presteigne

    Step into the 1870’s, an historic house where you can touch the items on show. Follow an audio tour through the house, wait to be called into the dock for sentencing and dress as the judge.

  • Rhodds Farm Garden at Lyonshall

    Rhodds Farm Garden at Lyonshall.
    The garden will be open from 6th May until 27th August on Fridays and Saturdays from 11.00 – 5.00.
    The charge is £5 for adults and children are free.
    We are also open for the National Gardens Scheme on Sunday 17th July from 11.00 – 5.00.