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The Weather in Worcester
This is the climate diagram for Worcester. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 23°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 4° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
The past is alive at your Worcester holiday cottage
Worcester is replete with history. The base of the Roundhead plots is still a strategic position in which to enjoy a holiday home. Discover medieval artwork and miniature railways in the homeland of tangy sauce.
Delicate artefacts and 1000 year old edifices
Worcester Porcelain Museum showcases 10,000 ceramic objects, representing Britain's finest works in porcelain throughout the history of the industry in Worcester. Regular special events for families and fashion fans reinvigorate this spectacular collection.
Worcester Cathedral's 7th century foundations spout majestic Gothic arches, though the building was begun nearly 1000 years ago. This history is palpable in the remarkable cloisters and spaces of the cathedral, which reverberate with regular choral performances.
Chocolate factories and miniature railways
Take a trip into Worcester's past at the fascinating Tudor House Museum. Your family will be rapt by the history of Cadbury's Chocolate Factory in the city, artefacts from a mid 20th century schoolhouse and Tudor curios found in the city. Have a go at weaving, and delve into the World War II history of the city.
Battle re-enactments, jousting, wildlife walks and a miniature railway are just some attractions that delight families at Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings. Dress as a medieval serf, try your hand at archery and go on a journey through time at this magical town of historic buildings. Along the way, you'll learn about life in days of yore.
Hatch a royalist plot
Delve into Worcester's Civil War history at The Commandery. Royalist plots that shaped the history of the nation were hatched right here. Learn about the building's 800 year history, explore the gardens and get involved in thrilling special events like lectures and storytelling.
Stained glass windows glitter impressively at Greyfriars' House and Garden, a 1480s merchant's house in Worcester. Enjoy the walled garden, hear the singular sound of original longcase clocks, and spot the Punch and Judy doorstop.
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