Welcome to Bewdley, situated in the Wyre Forest District and described as the most perfect small Georgian town in Worcestershire. Located on the River Severn, its name says it all - from the French words Beau Lieu - "beautiful place".
Bewdley is a popular town with both visitors and its residents. Within the town there is a lot to see including its river walks, museum, churches, beautiful gardens, not to mention well over 20 pubs, takeaways and restaurants.
Bewdley has major events running throughout the year, ranging from Spring/Easter and Harvest Fairs through to its regattas and the annual Bewdley Festival. We also have two market days in the town on the first and third Sunday in the month. But there is a lot more than just the town to see. Bewdley is the ideal location to stay and visit:
- The Severn Valley Railway (Bewdley station, 10 mins walk from town centre)
- West Midlands Safari Park (1.5 miles from the town centre)
- The Wyre Forest (2 miles from town centre)
- Bewdley Museum (town centre)
On this website you can find details of major events, local community events, where to stay, eat and have a drink plus details of the many active local community organisations and local businesses.
You can find out more about visiting us via the Bewdley Tourist Information Centre website and you can also download our free Town Visitor Leaflet and Map by clicking on the link below!
We look forward to seeing you very soon.