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Local Tourism Information Sites

We are part of two tourism sites within the Worcestershire area. This may help you when deciding on other activities while you are here.

Visit Worcestershire

Visit Worcestershire

This is the County Tourism Site and covers attractions and accommodation throughout the country.
Avoncroft Museum

Avoncroft Museum

Avoncroft Museum of Historical Buildings is about 5 miles (10 - 15 minutes) away from the Jinney Ring and makes for a nice bit of history to add to your day.

In 1967 Avoncroft Museum was opened to the public following the rescue and reconstruction of a medieval merchant’s house from Bromsgrove. Over five decades, Avoncroft Museum has continued to rescue structures and the museum now displays and cares for twenty five historic buildings that range in date from Worcester Cathedral’s fourteenth century Guesten Hall roof to a post second world war prefab from Birmingham.

The museum is a mix of inside and outside viewing so makes for a good walk too.

Click here to visit their website

Marksman Leisure - Shooting and Archery

Marksman Leisure - Shooting and Archery

Marksman Leisure is a more active way to enjoy the rest of your day. Set in woodland about 3 miles from the Jinney Ring, they offer you and your group clay pigeon shooting, laser clays; laser tag and/or Archery.

Please click here to visit their website
Canalside Craft Centre

Canalside Craft Centre

There is a small retail centre which has some craft units within it about 1.5 miles away from the Jinney Ring, next to the canal. Within the complex there is a cafe and several different businesses, some of them craft related, so if you cannot find what you are looking for at the Jinney Ring it is well worth a look here too.

The centre is not related to the Jinney Ring.

To visit their website please click here
Hanbury Hall

Hanbury Hall

Just 5 minutes drive (1 mile) from the Jinney Ring you will find the National Trust property Hanbury Hall, a beautiful William and Mary-style house built in 1701 by Thomas Vernon, a lawyer and whig MP for Worcester.

Inside a mix of interiors await to be discovered, from the restored Hercules rooms and recreated Gothic corridor, to the Smoking Room and magnificent recently restored staircase wall paintings by Sir James Thornhill. Surrounding the house are eight hectares (twenty acres) of recreated early 18th-century gardens and 162 hectares (400 acres) of park. Features include the intricately laid out parterre, fruit garden, grove, orangery, orchard and bowling green. Park walks enable you to explore the surrounding countryside.

Please click here to visit their website