A selection of Leominster attractions and things to do in the Leominster area

Leominster Folk Museum

Leominster Folk Museum, 16 Etnam Street, Leominster. 01568 615186

The Museum's collections include many aretefacts that illustrate local life.

2017 Opening Dates: Sat. April 15th to Sat. October 28th
Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm | Sat 10am - 1pm

Visit the Leominster Museum web page

Monkland Cheese Dairy

Monkland Cheese Dairy is a working dairy producing local, artisan cheeses. It has an award winning Tea Room for excellent coffee, proper leaf tea, homemade cakes and light lunches. And a farm shop selling local products
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Hampton Court Castle, Gardens & Parkland

A 15th Century Medieval Castle, award winning gardens and parkland with 1,000 acres.

Upcoming Events:


Saturday 27th to Monday 29th
Medieval Village, Knight Tournament & Birds of Prey Flying Spectacular

Wednesday 31st

Bird Handling with Trevor Hill


Thursday 1st
Bird Handling with Trevor Hill

Thursday 15th
Chapter House Outdoor Theatre Presents Midsummer Night's Dream

Sunday 18th
Fathers' Day

Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th
Midsummer Fair

The Gardens will be open from 10.30am to 5pm every day from Saturday 8th April 2017 until the end of October 2017.

Garden Entrance

Adult - £8.50
Senior Citizens - £7.50
Children (5 to 14) - £4.75
Family Ticket - £24.00


Voted "Prettiest Village in the Midlands" in a Central TV viewer's poll.

A traditional English village set on the River Arrow approximately 5 miles west of Leominster on the B4529.

Stay at:
Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park. Tel: 01544 388312
Westgate Bed and Breakfast - See out entry on the Leominster Accommodation page.

Eardisland Church - The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Lane, Eardisland, Leominster, HR6 9BP

Burton Court: Built on the site of an ancient British camp. Henry, Prince of Wales stationed troops here to watch over the movements of Owen Glendower. Henry later became Henry V.
The 14th century Great Hall is the only original part of Burton Court.
During the reign of Charles I the manor was occupied by a branch of the Croft family from Croft Castle.

Burton Court, a family run business, offers a truly unique location for a wedding, a private or corporate party, a conference, a product launch or film work.

Telephone: 01544 388 222


One of the finest examples of a traditional black and white villages in the area. Fine eating and drinking establishments in the village - The Old
Salutation Inn, The Unicorn and Jules Restaurant. Small selection of shops/banks together with tearooms and a small museum.