Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway is a great day out. Enjoy the unspoiled scenary and quaint 'olde worlde' charm of country stations, each one giving ready access to local villages and riverside walks.

How to get there: These Diamond services stop along the main road close to the entrance of the Kidderminster SVR Station.

10

Kidderminster to Spennells
via Offmore

42

Redditch to Kidderminster General Hospital
via Finstall, Bromsgrove & Chaddesley Corbett

303

Kidderminster to Worcester
via Hartlebury and Ombersley

Forge Mill Needle Museum and Bordesley Abbey Visitors Centre

Forge Mill Needle Museum in Redditch is a fascinating place to visit. This historic site illustrates the rich heritage of the needle and fishing tackle industries. Did you know, Redditch once produced 90% of the world's needles!

On the same site, just a very short walk from Forge Mill Museum, are the ruins of Bordesley Abbey - a medieval Cistercian Abbey which has been extensively excavated.

How to get there: Diamond service 146 stops at Abbey Stadium and service 62 stops on Forge Mill Road, both of which are just a short walk from the museum.

62

Redditch Circular
via Forge Mill Road, Winyates, Matchborough West & Matchborough East

146

Birmingham to Redditch
via Cotteridge, Kings Norton & Alvechurch

Kidderminster Railway Museum

The Kidderminster Railway Museum houses a vast range of railway artefacts which date back to the days of steam travel. From signs to signalling equipment, photographs, timetables and rolling stock - there is a vast amount to see when you visit.

How to get there: Access to the museum is through the Severn Valley Railway's Kidderminster Town station. These Diamond services stop along the main road close to the entrance of the Kidderminster SVR Station.

10

Kidderminster to Spennells
via Offmore

42

Redditch to Kidderminster General Hospital
via Finstall, Bromsgrove & Chaddesley Corbett

303

Kidderminster to Worcester
via Hartlebury and Ombersley

Museum of Carpet, Kidderminster

Fascinating displays, hand loom & power loom demonstrations and hands on activities. The Museum of Carpet has lots for you to enjoy as you discover over 300 years of Kidderminster’s integral history.

How to get there: The Diamond services all serve Green St, Just outside the museum entrance.

10

Kidderminster to Spennells
via Offmore

125

Stourbridge to Bridgnorth
via Kidderminster & Bewdley

42

Redditch to Kidderminster General Hospital
via Finstall, Bromsgrove & Chaddesley Corbett

192

Kidderminster to Halesowen
via Blakedown & Hagley

303

Kidderminster to Worcester
via Hartlebury and Ombersley

Bewdley Museum

Set in the heart of this beautiful riverside Georgian town, Bewdley Museum offers a great range of indoor and outdoor activities. Housed in the historic 18th century Butcher’s Shambles, this unique museum provides a fascinating insight into the town of Bewdley. You can enjoy looking around exhibits, craft workshops and the beautiful gardens.

How to get there: These Diamond services stop on Load Street, Bewdley close to the museum.

 

 

2

Kidderminster to Hales Park
via General Hospital & Bewdley

125

Stourbridge to Bridgnorth
via Kidderminster & Bewdley

Kidderminster to Cleobury Mortimer
Bewdley, Hales Park & Far Forest

302

Bewdley - Worcester Sixth Form College
via Kidderminster & Stourport

West Midlands Safari Park

West Midlands Safari Park is home to some of the world's most beautiful and exotic animal species. Drive through the Safari and come face to face with some of the fastest, tallest and cutest animals around. For visitors travelling by public transport, a guided tour of the park by safari minibus is available to book via their website and is a great way to learn more about the animals and for the whole family to enjoy the experience.

How to get there: Diamond service 125 stops on Kidderminster Rd, near to the entrance gate for West Midlands Safari Park.

125

Stourbridge to Bridgnorth
via Kidderminster & Bewdley