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Elizabethan Living History

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Address

Harvington Hall Lane
Harvington
Worcestershire
Kidderminster
DY10 4LR

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Tel : 01562777846

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We'll be celebrating the Bank Holiday by reliving Harvington Hall's Elizabethan heyday. Discover how the Elizabethans fought, worked, and played, including archery demonstrations, musket fire, dancing, music, medicine and cookery of the Elizabethan era.

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By Road

The Hall is situated three miles south-east of Kidderminster, about half a mile east of the A450 Birmingham to Worcester road and about half-a-mile north of the A448 from Kidderminster to Bromsgrove. Grid. Ref. SO877745.

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Infrequent Bus Service

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