Things to do in Herefordshire
When it comes to things to do you’re spoilt for choice in Herefordshire.
Our stunning natural backdrop is the perfect place to be at one with the outdoors. Our art and culture are enough to keep even the most literary scholars happy and there’s more history in our backyard than you can shake a medieval stick at. And if you like your scenery whizzing past a little faster there’s plenty of adventure sports action too.
Visit the Black and White villages of North Herefordshire, sample the Cider Route, or Explore what else the county has to offer below. Your biggest challenge will be cramming it all in. Just don’t take too long trying to plan your day.
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If you like your unspoilt countryside served with a healthy dollop of action, Herefordshire offers a huge choice of activities and sports. Golf, fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, cycling, horse riding, pony trekking, walking, rock climbing – you’ll find them all here.
There's plenty of attractions to explore in Herefordshire, from Hampton Court Castle and Gardens to National Trust owned properties such as Berrington Hall and Brockhampton Estate, all are open to visitors.
With its hills, valleys and meadows, the varied terrain and dedicated passionate gardeners have ensured Herefordshire has glorious gardens. From traditional to quirky, wild to sculpted, arboretums to mazes, it’s all here! And as a bonus there is usually a good cuppa and cake available to.