Bromsgrove activities and things to do
Bromsgrove is in Worcestershire. It is a pretty town, and it has plenty to offer a visitor.
The town was once famed for its wool trade and manufacturing and manufacturing is still one of the town’s key areas of employment.
Some of the town’s landmarks include the Sanders Park, with its skate park and baseball court, the Bromsgrove Museum, and the Worcester and Birmingham Canal.
Getting to Bromsgrove
If travelling by motorway, Bromsgrove is at the intersection of the M5 and the M42.
The main rail station is Bromsgrove Rail Station; it is about one mile from the main town centre.
The nearest airport is Birmingham International Airport.
What’s on and when to go
Major attractions include the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings and the Artrix arts centre. Bromsgrove is also home to Avon Welsh Boat Hire, if you feel the need for a day out on the water.
If you feel like travelling a little bit then Hagley Hall, a stately home, is in Worcestershire, and Wychbury Hill is on the border of Worcester. The Client Hills, or Walton Hills, is in the north of Worcestershire.
June, July and August are good times for festivals in Bromsgrove and the wider area.
The Bromsgrove Festival, which is a festival of classical music, is held in June as is the Bromsgrove Beer and Cider Festival; the Bromsgrove Folk Festival is in July.
In the wider area of Worcester, The Worcester Music Festival is held in August and features live acts, workshops, and plenty more besides.
The Three Choirs Festival is held at the beginning of August; the festival celebrates choral music.
The Blackwell Adventure Centre caters for corporate events and group activities. They have a whole host of activities to choose from including tree trek, zip wire, obstacle courses and indoor climbing. Corporate packages start from £55.00.
Marksman Leisure is based in Worcestershire. Visitors can choose from laser clay pigeon shooting and clay pigeon shooting, laser tag and indoor target shooting.
For something with a real difference, there is the zombie boot camp, which is based in Worcestershire.
Once darkness falls, Bromsgrove has an active nightlife.
Local pubs include the Ewe and the Lamb, The Greyhound Inn, and The grapevine.
For meals out try On the Rocks, or for some spice in your life, try the Zinga Indian Restaurant.
Nightclubs in Bromsgrove include Love 2 Love.