Worcestershire Bromsgrove

Photo of Clent hills with people walking in the foreground

Home to the UK’s first open air museum, Avoncroft Museum and close to the beautiful Clent Hills.

Visit Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove is a traditional market town located in north Worcestershire with excellent motorway connections, 30 minutes from central Birmingham and 45 minutes from Birmingham International Airport.

Photo of Bromsgrove town centre sign

Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside and a wide range of places to visit and things to see and do, Bromsgrove offers great food and drink, real ale pubs, canal restaurants, town centre bistros and cafes and country pubs.

Photo of high street in Bromsgrove High Street

Close to Bromsgrove is the National Trust beauty spot, Clent Hills, a wonderful place to walk with your dog, picnic with friends and on a clear day, see the Welsh Black Mountains on the horizon.

Photo from the top of the Clent Hills looking out towards the views of the surrounding areas

Just fifteen minutes out of Bromsgrove town centre is historic Hagley Hall, last of the great Palladian houses with its rich Rococo decoration, surrounded by 350 acres of picturesque parkland and open to the public.

Events throughout the year take place in the town’s parks and open spaces including the town centre with its striking traditional, long high street with its range of independent shops.

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A popular place to visit is Avoncroft Museum – an open-air museum of over 30 buildings that have been preserved and relocated to Bromsgrove where you can you see windmills next to Dr Who’s tardis!

Photo of blue tardis at Avoncroft Museum

Tourist Information Centre

Bromsgrove Museum

26 Birmingham Road


B61 0DD

Tel: 01527 831809

Email: tic@bromsgrove.gov.uk

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