Berrington Hall - National Trust
Nr Leominster HR6 0DW
Neo-classical mansion with fine interiors, set in landscaped grounds. Amazing painted ceilings and French Regency furniture.
Brockhampton Estate - National Trust
Bringsty WR6 5TB
Romantic medieval moated manor house on Herefordshire / Worcestershire borders. 14th-century great hall with an immense, locally-timbered roof. Lovely crooked gatehouse and ruined Norman chapel.
Croft Castle & Parkland - National Trust
Leominster HR6 9PW
Home of the Croft family for nearly 1,000 years Croft Castle, a place of power, politics and pleasure, nestles in peaceful Herefordshire countryside at the heart of a 607-hectare (1,500-acre) estate of woodlands, farm and parkland. Explore the miles of woodland trails, learn about the family who have made Croft so special.
Ledbury HR8 1RL
Eastnor Castle, in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake, is home to the Hervey-Bathurst family. Although built in the Norman style, the castle dates from 1820 when it was built by Earl Somers to demonstrate his political importance and status.
Goodrich Castle - English Heritage
Goodrich HR9 6HY
Goodrich stands majestically on a wooded hill commanding the passage of the River Wye into the picturesque valley of Symonds Yat. The castle was begun in the late 11th century, by the English thegn Godric who gave it his name. Goodrich boasts one of the most complete sets of medieval domestic buildings surviving in any English castle.
Leominster HR6 8NL
Grange Court is a timber framed market house built by John Abel in 1633. It is unique in its design, structure and decoration, giving it a Grade II* Listed status. The building has an eclectic history and its stories are told through interactive interpretation and an innovative Tablet Tour.
Hampton Court Castle
Hampton Court Estate, Hope-Under-Dinmore
Leominster HR6 0PN
Welcome to our 15th century medieval castle, award winning gardens and parkland with 1,000 acres of imagination where events take place all season.
Ledbury HR8 2LY
The site of Hellens has been occupied for nearly a thousand years. A 13th century Tudor/Jacobean manor in pleasant grounds. Collections: Among paintings of interest here are the Laughing Girl by Reynolds, Lord Whartons's portraits, a fine Van Dyke portrait of Endymion Porter, Charles I's art expert and several good specimens of 17th century woodwork. The Cordova Room contains a simple, balanced and beautifully carved fireplace and the Spanish 17th century leader hangings.
Hereford Cathedral - Mappa Mundi & Chained Library Exhibition
Hereford Cathedral, 5 College Closters, Cathedral Close
Hereford HR1 2NG
Hereford's famous medieval map of the world is displayed alongside the unique Chained Library, with the oldest book dating form the eighth century. Interpretive exhibition featuring original artefacts, models and interactive technology.
Ledbury Heritage Centre
Ledbury HR8 1DN
This half-timbered building used to be the grammar school for Ledbury from the 16th century through to the early 19th. The low beams and smoke bay are typical of the timber-framing style and a small part of the wattle and daub has been uncovered to show this simple but effective method of construction. Collections: The displays trace the history and development of Ledbury through photographs, illustrations and a computer slideshow as well as exploring the literary history of the town. John Masefield and Elizabeth Barrett-Browning both lived in this most picturesque of market towns and the fascinating Edna Lyall has connections with the nearby village of Bosbury.
Mortimers Cross Mill
Nr Aymestrey HR6 9PE
A rare one-man-operated 18th-century water mill in part working order. Nearby there are attractive gardens and woodland walks, a stone weir and the significant Aymestrey Limestone Quarry.
Hereford HR1 2AA
The Old House is a wonderfully-preserved example of a Jacobean half-timbered building - a startling sight in the middle of a modern shopping precinct in the heart of Hereford. Built in 1621 as part of Butchers' Row, this only remaining house has been has been home to butchers, ironmongers and bankers over the years, but since 1929 has been a fascinating museum giving an insight into daily life in Jacobean times.