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England - Herefordshire
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Museums - Free Art Galleries - Free Visitors Centre - Free Castle Ruins
Broadfield Court Gardens and Vineyards,
Broadfield Court, Bodenham,
Herefordshire HR1 3LG
A Manor Estate with extensive vineyards, four acres of period gardens, gift
shop and cafe in the 16th century converted winery.
Gardens and vineyard are Free to enter in the hopes that people will like
it so much that they will stay and have refreshments, and hopefully, buy wine.
Wine tasting and gift shop open all year 10.00 to 16.30.
Tel: 01568 797483
Butcher Row House Museum,
Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW
Butcher Row House is a small museum showing Victorian life. The house formerly
stood in the High Street but was moved C1830
Open 11.00 - 17.00 from Easter to Sept / 11.00 - 15.00 in Oct.
Tel: 01531 632511
Coddington Vineyard, Ledbury,
Herefordshire HR8 1JJ
Described as one of the most beautiful vineyards in England.
FREE tasting of award winning wines!
Free Entry Mar to December - Thur through to Sun and Bank Holiday
Mon 14.00 to 17.00
Tel: 01531 640668
Dore Abbey, Abbey Dore, HR2 0AA
Founded in the 1100s by Cistercians Dore Abbey is now a parish church
with wonderful architecture, wall paintings , wood carvings and stained glass.
Dore Abbey is approximately 15 miles from Hereford City in the direction of
It is best approached from the A465 Hereford to Abergavenny Road. At Wormbridge
or Ewyas Harold, look out on the right for the brown and white Tourist signs
for ‘Dore Abbey’.
From Hay-on-Wye, take the B4348 signposted to Ross, and turn soon after Vowchurch
onto the B4347 which passes the lych gate.
The Abbey is open 09.00 to dusk, although access to the Presbytery
may be limited when a service is in progress.
The Abbey grounds are always open. MAP
Conducted tours can be prebooked.
Contact 01873 821456
Dunkertons Cider Company,
Pembridge, Nr Leominster HR6 9ED
Free Entry - Taste before you buy.
Open Mon to Sat ~ Summer 10.00 to 18.00 - Winter 10.00 to 17.00
Tel: 01544 388653
Hereford Museum and Art Gallery
Broad Street, Hereford
Herefordshire, HR4 9AU
Open all year, Tue to Sat, 1 Apr - 30 Sep, 1 Oct - 31 Mar,
10.00 to 17.00; Sun, Bank Hols, 10.00 to 16.00.
Closed Good Fri, Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year.
Admission is Free.
Tel: 01432 260692
Fax: 01432 342492
Herefordshire Regimental Museum
TA Centre, Harold Street
Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2QX
The Herefordshire Light Infantry Museum tells the story of the regiment
in campaigns such as Egypt, Gallipoli and Palestine.
Open by appointment only.
Admission is Free.
Tel: 01432 359917
Kington Museum, Mill Street, Kington, Herefordshire HR5 3AL
A local history museum.
Free Admission from Apr to Sept - Tue to Sat 10.30 to 16.00
Tel: 01544 231486
Ledbury Heritage Centre, Church Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1DN
The story of Ledbury's past displayed in a timber framed building in the lane
leading to the church. Sections about John Masefield and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Tel: 01432 383597
Leominster Folk Museum
Etnam Street, Leominster
Herefordshire, HR6 8AQ
29 Mar - 30 Oct, Mon - Fri, 100- 16.00, Sat 11.00 - 13.00.
Admission is Free.
Tel: 01568 - 615186
Market House Heritage Centre, Market Place,
The story of Ross-on-Wye and the Wye Valley displayed inside the famous sandstone
1650 Market House
Open Apr to Oct ~ Mon through Sat 10.00 to 17.00 - Sun 10.30
to 16.00 / Nov to Mar ~ Tue through Sun 10.30 to 16.00
Tel: 01432 260675
Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum, Dinmore Hill, Leominster HR6 0PY
A 67 acre collection of rare and exotic trees in an attractive natural woodland.
Way- Marked trails, easy access paths.
Open All Year - Free Entry
Weobley's Heritage Trail
Broad Street, Weobley
Herefordshire, HR4 8SA
Visit the medieval village of Weobley and see the remarkable buildings that have survived over the centuries.
Visitors can discover the architectural significance of why buildings look as they do and gain an insight to the life of the villager of the past. They can see the house where Charles I stayed in Sept 1645 after he relieved Hereford from the Cromwellians. The Civil war story continues in Weobley with the impressive Col. Birch, who retook Hereford from Charles later that same year, and is immortalised in Weobley’s Parish Church.... >>More>>
This self guided trail has explanatory plaques around the village centre telling the stories of the past. MAP
Westons Cider Visitor Centre
Much Marcle, Nr Ledbury
Herefordshire, HR8 2NQ
Deep in the Herefordshire countryside 'Westons' is situated in the old village of Much Marcle. Nestling on a gentle hillside amongst apple and pear orchards 'The Bounds' with its 400 year old farmhouse is the centre piece to a unique day out for all the family. Join a tour around the cider mill and museum, see one of the worlds largest bottle collections, then relax in The Henry Westons Edwardian garden.
Admission is Free.
Tel: 01531 660 233
Fax: 01531 660 619
Wigmore Castle (Ruins), Wigmore, Herefordshire
Wigmore Castle (OS Map 137, 407693) is a ruined castle which is barely visible
from the village of Wigmore in the northwest region of Herefordshire, England,
between Ludlow and Knighton (Powys).
English Heritage control Wigmore Castle - Once the stronghold of the turbulent
Mortimer family, Wigmore Castle was later dismantled to prevent its use during
the Civil War. Now it is among the most remarkable ruins in England, largely
buried up to first floor level by earth and fallen masonry. Yet many of its fortifications
survive to full height, including parts of the keep on its towering mound.
Warning: The Castle has steep steps to the summit, which are hazardous in
icy conditions. Children must stay under close control and should not climb the
walls or banks. Strong footwear is recommended. There is no custodial presence.
Open all year daily at any reasonable time.
Parking is signposted in the village; toilets (including disabled) are located
at the village hall and also with the Compass Hotel by arrangement (01568 770203);
Dogs only allowed on leads.
Road Access:Located 8 miles W of Ludlow on A4110. Accessible via footpath
3⁄4 mile from the village on Mortimer Way - MAP
Below this line, in the grey area, we are adding alternative days out to the Free listings that DoFreeStuff is renowned for. This is to help you plan your family days out. The attractions listed below make a charge for admission!
Additionally we found the following attractions, galleries and museums
that make a charge for entry.
Cider Museum and King Offa Distillery, Hereford
Eastnor Castle, Ledbury
Kinnersley Castle, Kinnersley
Saint John Medieval Museum, Hereford
Sheppards Stores Limited, Leominster
Teddy Bears of Bromyard, Bromyard
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