Bredon tithe barn dates to the 14th century and is one of the finest non-domestic medieval buildings in England. The barn was built of Cotswold stone and timber-framing to create a spacious, aisled interior. One of the most unique features is the exterior chimney cowling. Bredon, Tewkesbury, Worcestershire, England, GL20 7EG
A late 18th-century castellated folly built by the Countess of Coventry atop Fish Hill, above the north Cotswold beauty spot of Broadway. Once used by William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelites, now a museum to Morris and Capability Brown, who had the idea to build the tower. Below the tower is a secret nuclear bunker, now open for tours. Broadway Tower Country Park, Middle Hill, Broadway, Worcestershire, England, WR12 7LB
The Fleece Inn is a beautiful 'black and white' timber-framed inn, dating back to the Middle Ages. The Inn was originally a farmhouse, where the farmer and his livestock both lived under the same roof. It became a village inn in 1848, a role it still fulfils. The Cross, Bretforton, Worcestershire, England, WR11 7JE
Hawford Dovecote is an attractive timber-framed 16th-century dovecote that once formed part of a monastic grange. The dovecote is built to an unusual design with a weatherboarded gable on each of its four sides, meeting in a central peak. Hawford, Worcestershire, England, WR3 7SG
A medieval masterpiece, Leigh Court Barn is the largest cruck-framed building in England. It was built in the 14th century for Pershore Abbey and is 140 feet long and 34 feet wide, with a pair of gabled porches on the south side, and two cart entrances in the south wall. Leigh Court Farm, Leigh, Worcestershire, England, WR6 5LB
A historic house created from the former Prior's Hall of medieval Little Malvern Priory. The priory was formed in 1171 and was disbanded by Henry VIII in 1537. After the Dissolution, the property came into the possession of the Russell family of nearby Strensham and later passed to the Beringtons, who still own the Court today.
One of the finest tithe barns in the country, Middle Littleton is a Grade I listed barn dating to the 13th or 14th century (the National Trust dates it to around 1250, but the National Monument Records has it built in 1376 for the monks of Evesham Abbey). Middle Littleton, Evesham, Worcestershire, England, WR11 5LN
Attraction Type: Historic Property - Tithe Barn Heritage Rating:?
Heritage Highlight: One of the largest and most impressive medieval barns in England
Rosedene is a simple red-brick Victorian cottage built for Chartist members as part of the innovative Chartist Land Plan. Thie small cottage has been restored to show what life was like for early Chartists. Included on the site are a dairy, earth closet, water pump, and a working kitchen range. Victoria Road, Dodford, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, B61 9BU
Greyfriars is a beautiful timber-framed building built for a successful local merchant around 1480. It features superb panelled rooms furnished with tapestries and period furniture. Behind the house is a lovely walled garden with wonderful colour in spring and autumn. Friar Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, WR1 2LZ
An early 16th-century timber-framed house on the foundations of a 13th-century building. Tudor House has been a weaver's workshop, a tea room, brewery, a pub, restaurant, coffee house, school clinic, and air raid warden's post. Now a group of volunteers guide visitors around the ancient building, telling the story of the house and Worcester's history. 38-42 Friar Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, WR1 2NA