Your culture attendant: things to do in Stourport-on-severn

A THING TO DO TODAY

STOURPORT-ON-SEVERN
Price: £7.80 (adult)
Time: 1-3 hours
In the grounds of Witley Court, once one of Britain's most lavish stately homes (before it was gutted by fire in 1937), the Perseus and Andromeda fountain still gushes. See the water 'firing' out of it on the hour from 11am - and explore the house ruins and the extensive landscaped gardens.
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STOURPORT-ON-SEVERN
WORCESTERSHIRE
52.33976, -2.28034


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