Adventure Avenue

Head for Adventure Avenue, on Avenue C, if you want to try something a little bit unusual, it is a great place to find entertainment for children and adults alike.

Medieval Village

Created by the Woodville re-enactment group, immerse yourself in life from the War Of The Roses period. Dress up in medieval clothing and armour, while trying out some of the weapons. Or you can take a more relaxed approach, and try your hand at calligraphy with ink and a quill.

The British Army

Are you good enough to become one of the best? Try out the climbing wall while receiving orders from a physical training instructor, or test yourself to see if you are a sharpshooter.

Malvern Radar

Malvern Radar & Technology History Society tell the stories of Malvern’s science heritage and the people behind it.

They have a collection of memories and artefacts which help us understand the origins of world changing inventions. These stories are on display to teach visitors about secret scientific inventions that originated in Malvern.

Really Rural

Discover how to create fire without matches, build shelters, identify plants and track animals.

Royal Yachting Association

Find out about local sailing and boating clubs. From the safety of dry land, try your hand at the tiller in the yacht simulator.

Atlantic Ambition

This team of four friends are rowing across the Atlantic in December. They are raising money for charities helping combat plastic pollution, Marine Conservation Society and Surfrider Foundation.

See the boat that will make this great voyage for yourself. Find out about the campaign and how you can help combat the pollution of our oceans and waterways. Have a go at rowing game with the chance to get your name on the boat that will make the crossing.

R U Climbing

Have a go at the challenge of a 7-metre high rock-climbing wall.

Linking Environment and Farming (LEAF Education)

Discover what many of the well-known supermarket products are made from. Learn to recognise types of grain and complete a worksheet to identify which grains turn into what products in their future life. There is the opportunity to grind seeds to make flour using a traditional stone mill and hand grinders.