There are a wide range of things to do in Malvern and the surrounding areas. Click here for kids activities in Malvern. A selection of things to do throughout the year are listed below. Please click here to see the numerous individual events which take place in the area and also provide a wealth of things to do.

Malvern Science in the Park – Innovate Malvern hosts an annual event with the focus on experiments, games and demonstrations showcasing science, technology, engineering and mathematics for all ages. With guest speakers throughout the day, come to the park on Sat 26th June and get involved in these STEM activities.  More details:

Malvern Festival of Innovation, Innovate Malvern’s flagship event is approaching its 10th successive year and in October it plans to celebrate by hosting a school’s outreach event, a number of business symposia, a formal dinner, science & technology comedy night and a family day. Whether you are an expert in the subject area or just keenly interested to learn more, apply these new ideas and insights into the way you work and live.

Elgar Birthplace Museum - explore the life and music of England's great composer - Sir Edward Elgar. Crown East Lane, Lower Broadheath, Worcester WR2 6RH

The Malvern Hills GeoCentre is a new high tech visitor information centre on the hills with ipads and free wifi.  Situated at the Wyche Cutting it has lots of information about the area's Geology, Archeology, Water, Plants, Animals and History along with some great wall maps. There is a cafe too which serves light lunches and lovely homemade cake.

Clives Fruit Farm - family run fruit farm with farm shop, cafe and pick-your-own fruit. Kids can feed the pigs, chickens and enjoy the play area.

Tiltridge Vineyard - one mile west of Upton-upon-Seven. Offers an optional self-guided stroll around followed by a free tasting of award winning wines.

Eastnor Pottery - located within the grounds of Eastnor Castle, Eastnor Pottery offer a wide range of fun and creative activities for adult groups and individuals as well as activities for families and children.

The Fold - come and meet some of the finest craftspeople in thier own studios and eat at the award winning restaurant

Malvern Local History Museum - located in the centre of Great Malvern, the museum has several rooms displaying key themes from Malvern's history, including the Victorian era, the water cure, the scientific achievements and the Malvern Hills.

Little Malvern Court - open to visitors on some afternoons between March and June. Various paintings and historic artefacts are on display in the house

The Theatre of Small Convenience - located in the centre of Great Malvern, this is the smallest theatre in the world.  Shows are 'on demand' most Saturdays, but bookings can be made in advance for other visits.

Tour of Morgan Motor Cars - one of the few remaining British car manufacturers. A fully guided tour of the factory witnessing the traditional skills of the craftsmen and women handmaking Morgan Sports Cars must be prebooked and costs £10.

Malvern Splash Leisure Complex - public pool with wave machine and water slides and also a gym.

Hunt for a Geocache - Geocaching is a real-world outdoor treasure hunting game. Register for free on the Geocache website and then try and find hidden containers nearby using a GPS enabled device (many smart phones are GPS enabled).  There are lots of Geocaches on and around the Malvern Hills for you to search for.

Ice Skating - Great ice skating fun on most days of the week (times vary so do check). Every Friday and Saturday nights 7.30pm til 9.00pm the biggest and best nights on the ice! Music up loud, smoke machine, disco lights and more! Great fun for all the family just £7 each!