The beautiful county of Herefordshire lies six miles south of the West Midlands, situated between Worcestershire and the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales.
Herefordshire is most known for being the home of cattle, however, you’d be surprised it is often considered a hidden gem as rural areas like this one are about much more than just cattle.
Hike through their breath-taking rolling hills and enchanting woodlands or take a trip to their quaint market towns and experience the deliciousness of their local food!
There is also a plethora of castles and norman strongholds for history buffs to learn about Hereford’s time as a battleground between the English and Welsh.
Paddle past ancient woodlands, medieval castles and swans as you get closer to nature on the River Wye.
Herefordshire has something for everyone so come and see for yourself!
Built on a place of worship since Saxon Times. Contains some of the finest examples of architecture from Norman times to the present day. Award-winning exhibition housing the spectacular medieval world map, the ‘Mappa Mundi’, and the cathedral’s unique Chained Library.
The Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo provides an ideal space to experience beautiful, free-flying, tropical butterflies!
Use the identification sheets to find out about butterflies & hunt for caterpillars and chrysalis along the way!