We've found 8 dog friendly attractions in Worcestershire.
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Wyre ForestCallow Hill, Bewdley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY14 9XQ
T: 01299 266944
www: Wyre Forest
6,000 acres of ancient oak woods and fir trees. Visitors can enjoy a range of woodland walks and trails.
Dogs welcome as long as they are kept under control.
Broadway ParkBroadway, Worcestershire WR12 7LB
T: 01386 852498
www: Broadway Park
Beautiful countryside walks surround the Broadway Tower.
Dogs are very welcome in the park if they are kept on a lead. They are not allowed in the tower.
Cotswold LavenderHill Barn Farm, Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7JY
T: 01386 854821
www: Cotswold Lavender
Walk amongst rows of lavender on this family farm set in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold Hills. The crops are steam distilled on the farm and made into a unique range of lavender products.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the fields and distillery. Dogs are not allowed in the shop or tearoom.
Avoncroft Museum of Historic BuildingsStoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4JR
T: 01527 831363
www: Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings
25 historic buildings rescued from destruction and restored on a 15 acre rural site. Visitors can see Tudor buildings, an Edwardian living wagon made for a travelling showman, a working 19th century windmill and crushing mill used to make cider.
Dogs are allowed in the museum as long as they are on a lead. They are welcome in all buildings, except the windmill and the tea room.
Bodenham ArboretumWolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY11 5SY
T: 01562 852444
www: Bodenham Arboretum
Beautiful garden with over 2,700 species of trees and shrubs, covering 156 acres. Visitors can enjoy walks around pools, lakes and grazing fields.
Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Severn Valley RailwayComberton Hill, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 1QN
T: 01299 403816
www: Severn Valley Railway
Steam trains operate from Kidderminster and Bewdley to Bridnorth through 16 miles of countryside along the River Severn.
Dogs £2 each for any journey, single or return. Dogs may travel on trains, except in the dining cars, but are not permitted to the Engine House Visitor Centre.
Evesham Vale Light RailwayEvesham Country Park, Twyford, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 4TP
T: 01386 422282
www: Evesham Vale Light Railway
The railway runs daily during school holidays and every weekend throughout the year. Trains are usually steam hauled and travel for over a mile through the old apple orchards and around the country park, stopping briefly at Evesham Vale Station.
Dogs are allowed on the railway and there is no charge for dogs. In the public areas dogs need to be on a lead but in some areas of the park they are allowed off lead.
Croome Parknear High Green, Worcester, Worcestershire WR8 9DW
T: 01905 371006
www: Croome Park
Lakeside garden, which was the first complete landscape designed by "Capability" Brown.
Dogs are allowed on leads in the garden and park. Assistance dogs only inside the Court/canteen.