Worcester Tourist Information Centre re-opens


The Worcester Tourist Information Centre (TIC) is re-opening its doors to the public on Wednesday 8 July.

The Centre, which is located on the High Street next to the Guildhall, will initially open from Wednesday to Saturday from 10.00am – 3.00pm and aims to extend the opening hours in August.

Staff at Worcester's TIC have conducted a thorough COVID-19 risk assessment prior to re-opening.Only two customers will be allowed in the Centre at any one time, and hand sanitiser will be available.

"We are all looking forward to re-opening Worcester's Tourist Information Centre and welcoming people back to the city," says Ruth Smith, Manager of the Worcester TIC.

"We've had a lot of positive feedback from passers by while we've been cleaning and re-stocking the gift shop.I would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported the Centre; we've missed everyone and are glad to be back."

A number of local tourist attractions have now re-opened, including the Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, The Commandery and Hartlebury Castle Museum; Spetchley Gardens; National Trust properties at Croome and Hanbury Hall; the West Midlands Safari Park and Witley Court.

Please check individual websites for opening times and booking details.Up-to-date information on new events and visitor attractions can also be found at 

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