Elgar Route

Interesting
A large part of the musical works of Edward Elgar (1857-1934), the most English of English composers, evokes this landscape of quiet, wide valleys and gentle hills. The trail dedicated to him is 65km long and runs from the house in which he was born (now the Elgar Birthplace Museum), in Lower Broadheath, to his tomb in the Catholic cemetery of Little Malvern, at the foot of the hills that provided him with much of his inspiration

Useful information

Address:

Lower Broadheath, WR2 6RH Worcester

Opening hours

11am-5pm, last admission 45min before closing

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