Hereford’s got so much going for it.
Violette Szabo GC Museum
This tiny museum commemorates the bravery of a young woman who was sent twice into Occupied France during the Second World War as part of the SOE (Special Operations Executive).
Beyond The Barricade
Former cast members from Les Mis perform extracts from new and old musicals including Wicked, Spamalot, We Will Rock You, Chicago, Miss Saigon and Les Miserables.
Explore the rich history and treasures of the Cathedral from its Saxon origins to the present day with expert guides.
- Guided Tour
Hereford Flavours Of The World
The city plays host to international traders selling top quality artisan-produced foods and craft products from around the world.
National Trust: The Weir Garden
A 10-acre riverside garden with spectacular views over the River Wye and Black Mountains, a sheltered walled garden and a children's balancing and climbing course.
- Country Park
The Mappa Mundi And Chained Library Exhibition
Hereford's greatest treasure is a unique medieval map constructed on a single sheet of calf skin vellum. The 17th-century Chained Library is also very special and includes the eighth-century Hereford Gospels.
World War II - Life And Fire Fighting At The Rotherwas Munitions Factory
In 2003, the factory was rediscovered, together with a Blackstone 5-cylinder diesel engine. The permanent exhibition tells the story of the factory, air raids, fire fighting and life on the home front.
The Black And White House Museum
This well preserved example of a 17th century timber-framed building and is situated in the heart of Hereford, surrounded by the commercial centre of the city.
- Heritage Centre
Manors Maketh Man
Hereford Cathedral's main source of income came from manors, and these highly revealing manorial records lay bare the real lives of ordinary people from before the Norman Conquest to the 20th century.