Castles monuments in Worcestershire
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Castles & Ancient Monuments in Worcestershire

Heritage sites also including Battlefield sites, Historic Landmarks & Roman Forts in Worcestershire...





Worcestershire Ancient Monuments, Castles, Roman Forts, Battlefield Sites, etc

Bredon Barn

Bredon, nr Tewkesbury, Worcestershire
Tel: 01451 844257 (Warden)     E-mail: bredonbarn@nationaltrust.org.uk

Large medieval threshing barn.

The 14th-century barn is beautifully constructed of local Cotswold stone and noted for its dramatic aisled interior and unusual stone chimney cowling.
 

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Bredon Tithe Barn Photo © Philip Halling
Bredon Tithe Barn -
Photo: Philip Halling CCL


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Avoncroft Museum of Buildings

Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4JR
Tel: 01527 831363    E-mail: officemanager@avoncroft.org.uk
Web: www.avoncroft.org.uk

Avoncroft is a fascinating world of historic buildings covering seven centuries, rescued and rebuilt on a beautiful open-air site in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside. You can see craftsmen working in a 19th century workshop, admire the splendour of our furnished historic houses or be transported to heart of historic social and working life at one of our Special Events and Demonstrations.

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Brockhampton Estate

Greenfields, Bringsty, WR6 5TB
Tel: 01885 482077 (Estate office)   01885 488099 (Lower Brockhampton).

This 688ha (1,700-acre) estate was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1946 and still maintains traditional farms and extensive areas of woodland, including ancient oak and beech. Visitors can enjoy a variety of walks through both park and woodland, which combine to form a rich habitat for wildlife such as the dormouse, buzzard and raven. A stone-flagged trail leads to the Lawn Pool and provides some access for those with disabilities. At the heart of the estate lies Lower Brockhampton House, a late 14th-century moated manor house with a beautiful timber-framed gatehouse and interesting ruined chapel.

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