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  • Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre

    Open all Year, animals are displayed 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.
    www.owlcentre.com

  • 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.

    www.herefordcathedral.org

  • 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.
    www.herefordshire.gov.uk

  • Halo Leisure centre at Hereford.

    The Hereford Pool is situated close to the Greyfriars bridge on the edge of Hereford City and offers a variety of other activities as well as swimming.
    www.haloleisure.org.uk

  • Westons Cider Factory Tour

    Visit the cider factory at Much Marcle where it all began. Walk through this working factory and marvel at the huge Vats used for storage some of which were used by the Original Bulmers factory and were’ World record holders’ in there day.
    www.westons-cider.co.uk

  • Croft Castle

    1000 years of power, politics and pleasure in an intimate family home. Croft Castle sits deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside surrounded by 1500 acres of historic woodland, farm and parkland. Home to the Croft family for nearly 1000 years, this castle has many powerful stories to uncover.
    Croft Castle website

  • 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.
    www.judgeslodging.org.uk

  • Visit Herefordshire Churches

    Churches tell a story, many stories – of families, political intrigue and social change, of architecture, changes in belief and life.

    No two churches are the same and many are connected to famous people past and present.
    Not all of our magnificent and often unique churches are listed on the linked web site, so follow signs for churches and explore every possibility for a full taste of heritage.
    www.visitherefordshirechurches.co.uk

  • Cider Route

    Throughout Herefordshire there is a strong tradition of farm cider making. Farmers produced cider to be drunk by the farm labour force during the following year, especially the busy times of hay-making and harvest.
    Click for the Hereford Cider Route

  • Black and White Trail

    The Black & White Village Trail is a motor/cycle route through some of the prettiest villages and most beautiful landscape in England. The 40 mile circular trail leads west from the ancient town of Leominster, through a rich landscape of orchards, hopyards and distant hills, taking in the most picturesque black and white villages along the way as well as the little market town of Kington.
    Black & White Trail PDF