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Such a beautiful black and white building in droitwich.
We were face painting for the arts festival literally over the road.
I didn't even realise it was there until today and well worth a visit. It's free.
Just opposite Victoria Square in the middle of...More
Anyone visiting here for the first time should head for this little gem for history and information on the town of Droitwich. Full of information, friendly staff, small local heritage centre, donations welcome, all about the salt works and brine baths which used to be...More
This is just an amazing place of interest lots of items from years gone by the old radio systems etc. So many brochures from holidays to day trips right down to bus timetables and special gifts to buy the staff here are so helpful they...More
Popped in to see what this entre offered and was pleasantly surprised. The desk was manned by two cheery volunteers who were happy to chat and give information about the town and what was available in the centre. The centre was informative both on the...More
As is normal when visiting a new town we headed to the information office
After a short while browsing the leaflet stands a wonderfully charming tourism officer asked if we were finding what we wanted
We had two destinations to investigate and help was given...More
Droitwich Spa is a tiny town , but it's history is enormous !
The Romans were here , Salt is the reason why Droitwich spa has been so infamous for centuries , salt , the salt spa' s , salt was so precious it was...More
This small museum should be on any visitor to Droitwich's itinerary, as it presents a concise history of the town and of its former main industry, salt manufacturing. The museum also includes a unique history of the important role Droitwich has played since the 1930s...More
Having travelled up the newly restored Droitwich canal from the Severn, it was only right to explore the town after our overnight stay here.
It seems a lovely friendly clean place.
The museum was small and a bit old fashioned in feel and appearance, but...More