Tenbury Wells, referred to as ‘The Town in The Orchard’ by Queen Victoria, is an ancient Market Town in North Worcestershire. Explore places to visit in Tenbury Wells – its Town Centre area is a conservation area and has a unique selection of independent shops and businesses where friendly personal service is provided.
The 3 Counties of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire meet nearby in the grounds of Burford House Gardens.
Stroll along the newly refurbished riverside walk, alongside Temeside House to The Burgage which is a pleasant open space with a children’s play area alongside. Visit some of the excellent places to eat and drink in Tenbury Wells. Further information on places to visit in Tenbury Wells can be found by searching the pages on this site or by collecting a copy of the Tenbury Tourism Guide from the Tourist Information Centre.
Over recent years there have been set backs for the traders of Tenbury Wells in the shape of Floods, the closure of Teme Bridge which is the main entrance into the Town, and more recently the street enhancement scheme following the arrival of a Tesco store. Regardless of the hindrances Tenbury Wells has persevered with a ‘business as normal’ attitude.
Tenbury’s well-stocked and knowledgeable Visitor Information Centre, as well as the Library, can provide existing, new and potential residents and visitors to the Town with information about the range of social clubs that are available for adults and children.