Tourism and Travel

The Wyre Forest district is a beautiful area that comprises three main towns; Kidderminster, Stourport and Bewdley alongside a number of picturesque villages.

The rolling countryside covers an area of over 195km2  and includes one of the largest remaining ancient woodlands in Britain, the Wyre Forest.

We have some amazing attractions in the area, and plenty to keep you entertained, you'll always find something new to see!

Tourist Information Centre

The tourist information centre provides up-to-date information about accommodation, local events, places to visit, leisure activities, transport and the county of Worcestershire as a whole.

The tourist information centre is open daily from 10am until 4.30pm, it is located inside the gift shop at Bewdley Museum.

  • Once described as “the most perfect small Georgian town in Worcestershire”, situated on the banks of the River Severn and on the edge of the Forest of Wyre, one of the largest ancient lowland coppice oak woodlands in England


  • The largest of the three towns in the District, made famous for its quality woven carpets and as the birthplace of Sir Rowland Hill, founder of the Penny Post.


  • Stourport -on-Severn is a lively Georgian town, set on the banks of the River Severn, that was developed with the building of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal in 1771.