This February, the annual Love Worcester festival returns to the historic city. A variety of heritage venues are taking part in the two-week heritage festival, showcasing Worcester's shared history, creativity, culture and innovation, from the prehistoric to the mid-20th Century.
From live re-enactments, special exhibitions and chances to get crafty to engaging tours, there is the opportunity to discover new experiences for all ages.
By bringing together heritage venues across the city in a shared celebration of Worcester's history, the annual festival promises something for everyone.
Together, the combined forces of the Cathedral, Worcester Art Gallery & Museum, The Hive, Masonic Museum, Tudor House, Greyfriars, the Commandery, St Swithin's, All Saints, St Helen's in the High Street, St Martin's in the Cornmarket, The Infirmary and the George Marshall Medical Museum have been bringing this extraordinary festival to life for seven years. 2019 promises to be bigger than ever.
Chair of the Worcester Heritage Partnership and Manager of Tudor House, Tonia Collett, says: "This incredible event has been growing in success and ambition over the past seven years. By bringing all the heritage venues and historic buildings together, we can fully celebrate Worcester's unique and world-class history, bringing it to life for everyone."