Evesham's architectural gems
The Worcestershire market town of Evesham is full of historical sites, landmarks and churches of historical significance. Keen enthusiasts can spend a day moving around and admiring everything from the Evesham Bell Tower, to St Lawence's Church and St John Baptist Church, along with the impressive 13th century structure of the Middle Littleton Tithe Barn, where stunning stonework and wooden beams have stood for over 700 years.
Entertain yourselves in Evesham
Evesham town centre has an eclectic mix of entertainment and ways to have a fun-filled day or night out. Visitors can enjoy the famous Evesham Arts Centre which regularly hosts everything from pantomimes, to comedians and live bands and gigs for adults. For a throwback in time, the stunning Regal Cinema has daytime coffee shop and gallery, that turns into a wine bar in the evening. Visitors can watch films by a candlelight table, or take advantage of one of the four Royal Boxes in the circle and enjoy a drink with their viewing.
A real throwback to one of the oldest racecourses in the country, the track is positioned on the banks of the River Severn. This scenic locale offers a beautiful walk before or after racing, with the backdrop of the tree-lined track to enhance the experience.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Evesham, why not try Travelodge Stratford Alcester Hotel, or Travelodge Tewkesbury Hotel which are each only a 15-minute drive.