About Bewdley

Beautiful Bewdley stands on the banks of the River Severn, at the edge of the Wyre Forest, three miles from Kidderminster and Stourport and a short trip from Birmingham and Worcester.

The town has a growing reputation for its restaurants and pubs and, of course, for the annual Bewdley Festival. Bewdley is a great place to relax after a day exploring Worcestershire, Shropshire and the surrounding areas of the West Midlands. Click here to see what's on locally.

With the West Midlands Safari Park, the Severn Valley Railway and the bridge built over the River Severn by Thomas Telford in 1798, Bewdley is a gem of a Georgian town that rewards repeated visits.

Please click through the links below to see more of the attractions in and around Bewdley:

Bewdley Festival; held annually in October, bringing world class performances to the town.

Severn Valley Railway; the very popular Steam Railway attracting over 230,000 passengers each year.

Bewdley Museum; with a fascinating collection of artefacts relating to the rich history of the town.

West Midlands Safari Park; one of the UK's leading wildlife parks with a celebrated conservation programme.

Wyre Forest Visitors Centre; walk the forest and take part in the many activities at the Centre.


Views of Bewdley

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