Car Parking in Worcester
With Roman roots, the city of Worcester is an eclectic mish-mash of ancient and modern. While some of the more modern development during the 1960s and ‘70s wasn’t particularly sympathetic, there are still plenty of hidden gems tucked away down medieval alleyways and lanes, particularly close to the city’s magnificent cathedral. It’s a key retail centre too, with lots of boutiques and independent traders offering a genuinely fun shopping experience. Car parking in Worcester can be tough, so make the most of NCPs Worcester car park, with season tickets available for regular users.
Points of interest
Worcester has been home to its fair share of celebrities, including the composer Elgar, probably England’s greatest and best known composer. While his home was demolished several years ago, there is a museum housed in a pretty cottage just outside the city limits, where you can find out more about the man and his music. Back in the centre of town the tranquil College Green is the heart of the old city, and many of the buildings clustered around it belong to King’s College or the cathedral. Walk through to the green through Edgar Tower, which was built in the 14th century and was the entrance to the monastic precinct. Marks on the walls indicate how high various floods have reached over the years!