A gateway to the UK’s largest native woodland, Wyre Forest, and birth place of prime minister Stanley Baldwin.

This attractive Georgian town is nestled on the River Severn in an area with a rich agricultural and industrial history and located near to the Wyre Forest itself.

Retaining its unique charm with a wealth of listed buildings, at its heart is the much-acclaimed Bewdley Museum where you can see local crafts people at work, adjacent to the wonderful Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens and Community Orchard.

The museum also houses the award winning Tourist Information Centre, where you can buy locally crafted gifts and purchase discounted tickets to local events and attractions such as West Midland Safari Park and Severn Valley Railway.

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